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2.5'' Bilstein 5100 Front Leveling Kit 2012 Ram 1500

2012 Ram 1500 Bilstein Level Kit installation at Dales Alignment/Dales Auto Service http://www.my4by.com


 


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How to install a level kit on a 2014 RAM 1500 4x4 (Bilstein 5100 - front)
Installing the Bilstein 5100s on a 2014 RAM 1500 4x4 in the front to level and lift the truck. Torque specs and socket sizes provided. Tires: Nitto Terra Grabbler in LT275/65/R20 (these fit the 2014 RAM 1500 Crew Cab even without level kit; at least the version without air suspension) Update after 7500 miles: Still no problems with this setup and I regularly go off-roading when hunting. Highly recommend. Update after 10k miles: Had my truck at the dealer for first maintenance today. Asked them to check out the front upper ball joints and they said they look very good. No cracks, no stress to be seen.





✇ How To Replace or Install Front Shocks - Half Idiots Guide
http://www.TheBurban.com http://www.facebook.com/76Suburban How to replace front shocks (Quad Shocks) on a 1976 GMC K25 3/4 Ton 4x4 (4WD) Suburban. As an ongoing video series of auto / truck how to videos in the restoration of this 76 suburban. In this video we will go through how to remove the old worn out shocks and replace them with new Bilstein 5100 series shock absorbers. You will Need: You Will Need: New Shocks for Your Specific Vehicle Set of Sockets up to 15/16 Socket Ratchet Open End Wrenches up to 15/16 WD-40 Shop Towels (Optional) Drill/Grinder Metal Cutting Wheel Degreaser Flat Black Spray Paint This video is not done by a professional mechanic. This is a common man's experience in vehicle maintenance. It is intended to help you and entertain you at the same time. Step by Step directions: 1. Remove old shocks. First spray the upper and lower shock bolts with WD-40 and let sit for 20-30 minutes. It may even be helpful to spray them a day before a well. Our old shocks had been on there since circa 1980, so they were a bit rusted on and seized up. Remove the top bolts first. Then remove the bottom bolts. 2. You should be left with at top shock absorber mount. You need to remove those pins, since the new Bilstein shocks come with bushings already pressed into the top mounts. The back side of the shock hardware is a 15/16" hex head nut. The front side of the mounting hardware is also hexed at 3/4" machined into the end of the pin past the bushing and up against the frame. Put an open ended wrench on this 3/4" side and a breaker bar with a deep reach 15/16" socket on the other side. Turn them opposite each other to the left and this should loosen the pin. Remove the back side 15/16" top shock absorber pin nut. Remove the pin from the fram. 3. Clean the upper shock mount pin hole free from rust, dry and paint to prevent further rust oxydation. Let dry. 4. Put the new shocks on starting with the upper mounts. We are using Bilstein's 5100 series front shock absorbers for "Quad Shocks". Again, they have the proper top bushings press into the top mounting holes, properly spaced. Put the hex head nut on the back side of the frame onto the threads of the upper mounting bolt. Hand tighten only. Repeat for the other side of the rear axle on the vehicle or truck. 5. Line the bottom shock mount on the bottom shock bracket mounted on the axle housing. In our case they did not initially line up as the bushing in the bottom shock mount hole was too wide for the bottom bracket. You can pound the bottom bracket a bit wider with a hammer, or force the shock into place a bit with a hammer, but don't get too crazy with this or you'll break the bracket or the shock. If needed, use a grinder to take a few microns off the inside of the bottom bracket or the bushing in the shock... again, take it easy with that. You don't want to take too much off either. 6. Once you are able to get the bottom mounting hole lined up with the bottom shock bracket on the axle, put a new bottom bolt into the shock and bracket. Bilstein will NOT provide a new one. We suggest going and getting new bolts, washers and nuts. Place them in the bottom brackets and tighten. 7. Go back to the top mounting bolt, and snug the top bolt up on the back side of the frame. The End http://www.TheBurban.com http://www.BilsteinUS.com http://www.WD40.com We are not affiliated with Bilstein nor WD-40 and were not paid by them nor given any free products. Although that would be nice.





2007 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie Rancho(1/2)
Upgrading factory shocks and struts to Rancho RS9000XL after factor shock failed at 50K. There was an annoying thud in the front end when traveling over bumps and a squeaking noise when compressed. Surprisingly had 2 garages look at it and neither properly diagnosed it. Finally I opted to replace the struts which I felt was the offending component the entire time, and it worked. Part 2 here http://youtu.be/tFz0PIM7P48 TORQUE SPECIFICATION As taken from Ram Factory Svc Manual Shock Absorber Upper Nut 4X4 45FT LB Shock Absorber Lower Bolt 4X4 155 FT LB Shock Absorber Upper Nut4X2 40 FT LB Shock Absorber Lower Bolt 4X2 25FT LB Lower Suspension Arm Frame Nuts LD 4X2 & 4X4 150 FT LB Lower Suspension Arm Frame Nuts HD 4X2 175FT LB Lower Suspension Arm Ball Joint Nut 1500 series only 38 FT LB Then an additional 90° Lower Suspension Arm Ball Joint Nut (HD 4X2 only 100 FT LB Upper Suspension Arm Frame Nuts (LD) 130FT LB Upper Suspension Arm Frame Nuts (HD 4X2 only) 125 FT LB Upper Suspension Arm Ball Joint Nut 1500 series only 40 FT LB Then an additional 90° Stabilizer Bar Frame Bolt 45 FT LB Stabilizer Link Lower Control Arm Nut 75 FT LB Stabilizer Link Stabilizer Bar Nut 20 FT LB Hub/Bearing Bolts (LD) 120 FT LB Hub/Bearing Bolts (HD 4X2) 130 FT LB Tie Rod End Nut 45FT LB Then an additional 90°





Woking Man's Truck Upgrades - 3" Lift [S1 Ep.11-2]
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