ReadyLift 69-1091 3"/1" SST Lift Kit


2003-2013 Dodge Ram 2500/3500 4WD (Built Before 4/13)*
Manufacturer: ReadyLift
Mfg. Number: 69-1091
XDP Part Number: RE69-1091

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The ReadyLift 69-1091 3"/1" SST Lift Kit is the fastest, safest, least expensive way to lift your 2003-UP Dodge Ram 2500/3500 4WD truck without compromising the factory ride or handling. Made with black e-coated steel, ReadyLIFT® 3.0" Lift coil spacers will not deteriorate or decrease ride height over time and allow you to retain the use of your factory front coil spring. Includes OEM style 2.0" tall rear lift blocks to lift the rear along with the front, but retain a slight rake.

The 69-1091 SST Lift Kit front coil spacer provides 3” of lift which gives clearance to add up to 35" wheels and tires to the 2003-2013 Dodge Ram 2500/3500 4wd. This kit consists of 3.0" lift thick steel front coil spring spacers, OEM style rear lift blocks with longer e-coated u-bolts, new generation polyurethane front bump stops and new front shock stem extensions with hardware. ReadyLift spacers are guaranteed to maintain a smooth ride without adding more pressure on the stock suspension components. Like all ReadyLift products, this kit includes a lifetime warranty for as long as you own your vehicle.

  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Maximum Tire Size: 35"
  • 3" Front Lift / 1" Rear Lift 
  • Will Never Wear, Break Or Fail

Note: This kit will NOT fit 2013 model 3500 trucks with the new suspension design. If your shock is outside of the coil spring on your 3500, you have the new mid year model suspension.

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Does not all work
mike (old bridge nj) 9/7/2014 1:14 AM
If you have an after market front shock make sure the stud part of the front shock is fine thread. My Tuff Country front shocks are coarse thread and could NOT use the shock extender because it is fine thread! Also if you have stock length rear shocks you will need to buy a longer shock! The parts that did work seem to be a good quality.