Dodge Dakota RWD (Rear Wheel Drive) 2005-2011, Powdercoated Steel Front Leveling Kit with 2.0" Lift Height by ReadyLIFT®. Install Time: 1 hour. Includes: (2) 2.0" lift powdercoated steel strut extensions. Max tire size available after the kit installation is 32" x 10.50". 5" Wheel Width with 8" Back Spacing Available after the Kit Installation. Direct bolt on - No modifications required. Lift your truck’s front end for a new winch or plow, or simply level out its ride stance. Construction of spacers varies with application.
- Exact configuration varies by application
- Machined aluminum, steel or urethane-lined spacer for durability and a quiet ride
- Machined steel shock extensions for full suspension travel
- New bumpstop and bumpstop extensions for proper suspension travel
- Modest height increase for leveling, tire clearance
- Lifetime Warranty
If your pickup’s front end is droopin’, here’s a simple fix. The droop might simply be built-in: the rear suspension is set up for hauling a load, and sits high when the truck is empty. Or, maybe you added a new winch or all the rigging for a snow plow, and the extra weight makes your truck look nose-down. If you want to add some bigger tires, there may simply not be enough room to fit them under the wheelwells without scrapping somewhere. Regardless, you can lift your front a couple of inches pretty easily with a ReadyLIFT kit. It’s a simple task to remove the front coil spring, slip in a spacer above the spring and slide the spring back into place. The kit includes shock extensions and revised bumpstops to reflect the different ride height. That way you retain the full suspension travel for a good ride.
Henderson NV is smack in the middle of a lot of off-roading activity. That’s where ReadyLIFT is based, in order to be close to their customers and their needs. About 12 years ago, ReadyLIFT founder and CEO Scott Poncher realized that there was a market for people who wanted to lift their trucks only a few inches, not the six inches or more that most lift kits were set up to do. A few inches were enough to make the truck’s stance level (instead of drooped down in front, as seems to be common today), or to accommodate slightly larger wheels and tires. There was no option for these customers that didn’t raise the truck more than necessary, was easy to install and reasonably priced. And so ReadyLIFT was born to bring a line of reasonably-priced, but still highly-engineered and well-made moderate-rise lift kits to market.