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Acquired this rig for next to nothing. Pretty well road ready. Broke a brake line and power steering return first few days but now no issues.
Picked up this plow for a few hundred bucks. Made a plow bracket myself. Figured I’d post it on here cause I only found a few posts about it.
I had the plow on to see if it functions, but right now there’s no snow so I took it off again to make some repairs and give it a bit of paint. I’ll post a pic next time it’s on.
I have a 2” front and 1” rear level kit ordered as with the plow up this rig is within 2-3” to the ground.
 

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Thats impressive man love that it fits and the lift should definitely give the ground clearance your looking for once everything is put together
 

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I looked at a few sites and couldn’t find any. I have bilstein 5100 shocks on my ram 1500 and I would’ve went that route for the lift but spacers will do the job I think and they’re cheaper. With the 5100s you’ll get a higher ride height with the same comfort.
 

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You could always look into tahoe springs they might fit as i kno some ppl have swapped them in the rear as they are stiffer
 

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They don’t fit the front, even thecanyons and Colorados are different. From what I’ve been reading anyways I could be wrong
 

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More pics

no counter weight in the back yet, plus still waiting on my level kit. Should be ok i think
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