Daystar and air suspension lift

bfill_rebel

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I’m looking for feedback from anyone who has done the 2” daystar level with level links like advertised here:

I’ve watched a few YouTube videos and but wanted to get more feedback from those who have done it. Rather just just the links causing the bags to fill with air to achieve the height and cause rider to suffer (more air/fuller bags) this actually requires a normal amount or less air as the level block/puck means the airbag is compressed.

If you have this please let me know if you have regrets. Also if you happen to be a lifetime warranty person have you had service done without any issues? My asking is that I have had my air suspension serviced a few times already during winters ( live in chicago suburbs and twice have come out to deflated front bags from compressor freezing or breaking). Parts service etc… on those bills are $$$$. I have the lifetime warranty because of the air suspension. So was thinking of do the above linked kit with a 3” body lift to give my Rebel a new stance/look. Would swapping to new UCAs be a good idea if I do all of this to help keep geometry all good?

I’ve kicked idea around of removing air suspension for coilovers but that seems to come with hefty expense and my off-roading consists of getting to hunting spots around Midwest nothing crazy.

Thanks in advance. Man this post really snowballed. Haha

Thanks in advance.
 

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I did only the leveling links on the front of my 17 Laramie. I used the ones from AirLinks (https://airlinksgc.com/ram-airlinks), which brought the front up about 1.5". It's fairly well leveled now. I really haven't noticed the truck riding much different than before. I actually bought the Daystar spacers as well, but haven't felt the need to install them since it still seems to ride fine.

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I have done the revel performance kit. Which is the daystar spacers and the front adjustable links. So far it’s been great about 500 miles on it. I can not feel a difference from stock. Ride quality was my number one concern.
 

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I have done the revel performance kit. Which is the daystar spacers and the front adjustable links. So far it’s been great about 500 miles on it. I can not feel a difference from stock. Ride quality was my number one concern.
Thanks for the feedback. Nice looking truck.
 
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bfill_rebel

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I have done the revel performance kit. Which is the daystar spacers and the front adjustable links. So far it’s been great about 500 miles on it. I can not feel a difference from stock. Ride quality was my number one concern.
Thanks for the feedback. Nice looking truck
 

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I have done the revel performance kit. Which is the daystar spacers and the front adjustable links. So far it’s been great about 500 miles on it. I can not feel a difference from stock. Ride quality was my number one concern.
Now you just need a set of meaty 35’s on those wheels and BAM!!!!!!!

Nice pickup!
 

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I’m looking for feedback from anyone who has done the 2” daystar level with level links like advertised here:

I’ve watched a few YouTube videos and but wanted to get more feedback from those who have done it. Rather just just the links causing the bags to fill with air to achieve the height and cause rider to suffer (more air/fuller bags) this actually requires a normal amount or less air as the level block/puck means the airbag is compressed.

If you have this please let me know if you have regrets. Also if you happen to be a lifetime warranty person have you had service done without any issues? My asking is that I have had my air suspension serviced a few times already during winters ( live in chicago suburbs and twice have come out to deflated front bags from compressor freezing or breaking). Parts service etc… on those bills are $$$$. I have the lifetime warranty because of the air suspension. So was thinking of do the above linked kit with a 3” body lift to give my Rebel a new stance/look. Would swapping to new UCAs be a good idea if I do all of this to help keep geometry all good?

I’ve kicked idea around of removing air suspension for coilovers but that seems to come with hefty expense and my off-roading consists of getting to hunting spots around Midwest nothing crazy.

Thanks in advance. Man this post really snowballed. Haha

Thanks in advance.
So I have a 15 ram 1500 limited. Can I do this on my air ride?
 
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