Mine is a 4/6 kit with 3/4 of a coil cut out up front and shackles and one leaf removed in the rear, which I do not like at all and I'm going to fix that soon. If you want to go that low, be prepared for hellacious bumpsteer. I'm spending about $600 before welding costs to get the geometry back closer to normal on the front so that it has better manners when you hit a bump at speed. You'll also get to deal with problems like this, which is caused by bottoming the shock out with normal driving on the shortest Belltech shocks actually made for a Ram. The fix for this is a set of expensive QA1 or similar shocks at a custom length..... Even more money to make it perfect. They were just over $300 if you want to use an air hose. I spent an additional $200 to have an on-board compressor, which I haven't mounted yet. Here's a picture of how the bags mount up. They are McGaughy's made for 4.5-6 inch drop. I can't go any lower without using blocks with these because they'll be compressed too much and sitting on the protective plastic rod in the middle. Not good....... The fix for this is to have the brackets cut and moved higher, which is again....... more money to make it right.