SKU: CS-RAM15PERF25-19

Carli Suspension | 2019+ Dodge Ram 1500 4X4 Performance System - 2.5 Inch Lift

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Designed and tuned for the ultimate, bolt-on, dual purpose rig, the Performance 2.5″ King custom shock project tames anything the road, freeway or dirt trails have to offer.

 

Diesel Front Lift Hemi Front Lift Rear Lift Front Travel Rear Travel Shock Diameter Tire Fitment
2″ 2.5″ 1″ 9″ 12″ 2.5″ 35″ x 12.5

 

NOTE: The above figures will deviate if the truck is equipped with Multi-Function Tailgate or Ram Box options! Prior to purchasing, we recommend reading the REBEL Article if your truck is equipped any or all of these options.

 NOTE: Carli Is Working On 2023+ Fitment.

SKU: CS-RAM15PERF25-19

Ram Performance 2.5 System, 2019-2022

Base Kit Includes:

AS-RAM15PERF25SPKG-19 Carli Tuned King 2.5" Remote Reservoir Coilover Shocks with Stainless Shafts, Res Mount, Rear Piggyback Reservoir
CS-RAM15UCA-09 Upper Control Arms
CS-RAM15-EL-R Rear Sway Bar End Links
CS-RAM15BBL-19 Front Brake Line Kit
CS-RAM15MRC-19-R Rear Coil Springs

  

And just like that, the 2019+ 1500 Platform is a wrap! It seems like forever ago the process started but we’ve finally come to a close. What felt like 100 different combinations of coilovers, reservoir hoses, front & rear springs, and reservoir mounting combinations culminated into the beautiful symphony of leveled 1/2 ton you see below:

Yup, Leveled! People often question our lift heights asking when we’re going to go bigger – short answer, in the 1500s, I don’t see it happening. Our goal is to optimize the platform’s capability, not challenge it. Going higher requires addressing steering & axles while accommodating larger tires (37s). Addressing steering means it’ll never steer like it did factory again, no matter how you drop/space it – you’ll never match the angles perfectly. The axles introduce more complications possibly requiring knuckles, differential drop brackets etc. all to maintain CV angles. As for the 37″ tires… They’re beasts (most nearly 100lbs/tire). We keep to these on the 2500/3500 for a reason, their front ends can handle it. No matter how high you lift your Ram 1500, you’re still going to be turning the tires with the same tie-rod ends. Sure, we could make better tie-rod ends, drop brackets, etc. as well but that’s getting into the weeds building parts to handle lift height vs. gaining performance and again – we wanted to take this platform, maximize wheel travel within the capability of the factory infrastructure (replace ONLY what’s necessary to optimize performance) and utilize a 35″ tire with minimal trimming. This ensures that every dollar you throw at our system nets performance gain and subsequently, value.

I digress; the front coilovers are, of course, Carli specific. Several limitations and mounting constraints resulted in a coilover that’s NOT adjustable for more lift height. The 600lb rate on which we landed with the spec’d preload provides exactly 2.5″ of front lift on the Hemi, 2″ on the EcoDiesel (non-Rebel). Another 1/2″ turn of the collar will result in coil bind. That said, there’s a decent amount of room to thread the collar back. Conversely, the coil would remain under tension even if the collar were to be backed off to the top-cap (i.e., if a rear-high stance is preferred). The way the coilover comes out of the box is the height at which we recommend running it and to what we tuned; again, 2.5″ of front lift. To the end user, that means these CANNOT be preloaded to make up for lost height if you’re adding weight (large bumper/winch) to the front end of the truck.

NOTE: The Ram 1500 Platform has an elliptical shaped cavity engineered into the back of each steering knuckle. This cavity engages the lower control arm steering stop as the suspension travels with the wheels turned. It’s purpose – to protect the tie-rod ends from binding and breaking at the extreme angles encountered when turning at the outer ends of the travel stroke. It’s perfectly normal to see some metal on metal-on-metal contact or hear a clunk when holding the wheel cranked in a turn encountering obstacles. This is, again, a factory protection we do NOT recommend modifying.

Product Details

Designed and tuned for the ultimate, bolt-on, dual purpose rig, the Performance 2.5″ King custom shock project tames anything the road, freeway or dirt trails have to offer.

 

Diesel Front Lift Hemi Front Lift Rear Lift Front Travel Rear Travel Shock Diameter Tire Fitment
2″ 2.5″ 1″ 9″ 12″ 2.5″ 35″ x 12.5

 

NOTE: The above figures will deviate if the truck is equipped with Multi-Function Tailgate or Ram Box options! Prior to purchasing, we recommend reading the REBEL Article if your truck is equipped any or all of these options.

 NOTE: Carli Is Working On 2023+ Fitment.

SKU: CS-RAM15PERF25-19

Ram Performance 2.5 System, 2019-2022

Base Kit Includes:

AS-RAM15PERF25SPKG-19 Carli Tuned King 2.5" Remote Reservoir Coilover Shocks with Stainless Shafts, Res Mount, Rear Piggyback Reservoir
CS-RAM15UCA-09 Upper Control Arms
CS-RAM15-EL-R Rear Sway Bar End Links
CS-RAM15BBL-19 Front Brake Line Kit
CS-RAM15MRC-19-R Rear Coil Springs

  

And just like that, the 2019+ 1500 Platform is a wrap! It seems like forever ago the process started but we’ve finally come to a close. What felt like 100 different combinations of coilovers, reservoir hoses, front & rear springs, and reservoir mounting combinations culminated into the beautiful symphony of leveled 1/2 ton you see below:

Yup, Leveled! People often question our lift heights asking when we’re going to go bigger – short answer, in the 1500s, I don’t see it happening. Our goal is to optimize the platform’s capability, not challenge it. Going higher requires addressing steering & axles while accommodating larger tires (37s). Addressing steering means it’ll never steer like it did factory again, no matter how you drop/space it – you’ll never match the angles perfectly. The axles introduce more complications possibly requiring knuckles, differential drop brackets etc. all to maintain CV angles. As for the 37″ tires… They’re beasts (most nearly 100lbs/tire). We keep to these on the 2500/3500 for a reason, their front ends can handle it. No matter how high you lift your Ram 1500, you’re still going to be turning the tires with the same tie-rod ends. Sure, we could make better tie-rod ends, drop brackets, etc. as well but that’s getting into the weeds building parts to handle lift height vs. gaining performance and again – we wanted to take this platform, maximize wheel travel within the capability of the factory infrastructure (replace ONLY what’s necessary to optimize performance) and utilize a 35″ tire with minimal trimming. This ensures that every dollar you throw at our system nets performance gain and subsequently, value.

I digress; the front coilovers are, of course, Carli specific. Several limitations and mounting constraints resulted in a coilover that’s NOT adjustable for more lift height. The 600lb rate on which we landed with the spec’d preload provides exactly 2.5″ of front lift on the Hemi, 2″ on the EcoDiesel (non-Rebel). Another 1/2″ turn of the collar will result in coil bind. That said, there’s a decent amount of room to thread the collar back. Conversely, the coil would remain under tension even if the collar were to be backed off to the top-cap (i.e., if a rear-high stance is preferred). The way the coilover comes out of the box is the height at which we recommend running it and to what we tuned; again, 2.5″ of front lift. To the end user, that means these CANNOT be preloaded to make up for lost height if you’re adding weight (large bumper/winch) to the front end of the truck.

NOTE: The Ram 1500 Platform has an elliptical shaped cavity engineered into the back of each steering knuckle. This cavity engages the lower control arm steering stop as the suspension travels with the wheels turned. It’s purpose – to protect the tie-rod ends from binding and breaking at the extreme angles encountered when turning at the outer ends of the travel stroke. It’s perfectly normal to see some metal on metal-on-metal contact or hear a clunk when holding the wheel cranked in a turn encountering obstacles. This is, again, a factory protection we do NOT recommend modifying.

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