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Readylift or Motofab lower strut kit?


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I have been shopping around and come across the Readylift and Motofab lower strut kits. Biggest difference I see is the Readylift having the 5 degree taper and the price difference ($129 for the Readylift and $36 for the Motofab). Has anyone had experience with both or either? I am open to other suggestions as well. I had Bilstein 5100 on my old Ram and loved them but wanted to go this route for right now.

 

 

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I don't know, but I'm interested to know whether there is an advantage to the stated 5-degree taper of the Readylift option, or whether it matters at all.

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I don't know, but I'm interested to know whether there is an advantage to the stated 5-degree taper of the Readylift option, or whether it matters at all.

My thoughts exactly. I am trying to justify if that is worth the extra money.


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I went with the ready lift because it says "Not for 2014-2018 trucks." All the others use the same spacer for everything from 2007-2020.

Great point! Readylift it is!


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I went with an upper spacer to avoid the condern alltogether.  One of the salesment I talked to said it was more robust overall for offroad use.  Hes probably just blowing smoke but I figured it was not much harder to do the upper vs lower spacer so what the heck.

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