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Big Rig 1

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Posted: 12/02/21 12:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm considering either the Kelderman 4-Link suspension system OR the Liquid Spring 4-Link system on my 2022 Dodge RAM 5500, Cab & Chassis, 84" Cab to Axle. Will be getting a HOST Mammoth this early Spring (hope)
I'm new to this site so any information you could send my way would be greatly appreciated. Thanks....[emoticon]. Ron.

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I have the 4 link on a 21 Ram 5500 with 60 in CA. I also have the kelderman in the front. This is the best mod I have ever done to any truck I've owned. You will love it.


2017 Host mammoth, sold
49 states, 41 National Parks, 7 Provinces
2019 2 door Rubicon 6 spd.
2019 Berkshire XLT 45B
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Sadly, I can't comment on LS, as I only have owned Kelderman. LS might be a bit stiffer, which could be better loaded, but worse unloaded, I don't know. I will say that these major suspension upgrades are so nice. My kelderman is an auto-level, so I never have to worry about my headlights being aimed too high into oncoming traffic like it was with the regular suspension. I think LS has a similar feature. Highly recommended.

I'm not as wild about the Rancho shocks that came with the full kelderman package, so I'd suggest bilstein or something else. Find a good place to install, as I assume that makes or breaks it (I live about 2 hours from Kelderman's HQ in Iowa, so they did my install directly).

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I have the kelderman 4 link on my F350. I found it to be worth the investment as I wasn't fond of the unladen ride of the drw. Handles the camper and trailer with ease(over 21K combined). I setup my own haldex valves and added a solenoid bank so I can dump either side(really handy when dumping the camper).

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