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  • Release date ETA for 19+ suspension lift?

    Any info?

  • #2
    Right now it's looking like mid winter 2020.

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    • #3
      Mid winter, like january 2020? or december 2020?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Dmadson2424 View Post
        Mid winter, like january 2020? or december 2020?
        First quarter. I can't give a firm date at this time, but definitely not January.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by aevRJ View Post

          First quarter. I can't give a firm date at this time, but definitely not January.
          Originally posted by aevRJ View Post

          First quarter. I can't give a firm date at this time, but definitely not January.
          The remote reservoirs looked good. I've been holding out on the lift for my '18 2500 in hopes the remote resi would be an option in the future based on testing teaser pics from a while back. Can you say if the remotes will be available for the previous gen trucks around the same time?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by KurtP View Post



            The remote reservoirs looked good. I've been holding out on the lift for my '18 2500 in hopes the remote resi would be an option in the future based on testing teaser pics from a while back. Can you say if the remotes will be available for the previous gen trucks around the same time?
            They'll be available around that time. I can't confirm if they're compatible with 18 and older though.

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            • #7
              Are you guys going to offer some wheels as well? Seems like 18s and 20s are the only option due to the brakes on the 2019+

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              • #8
                Originally posted by aevRJ View Post

                They'll be available around that time. I can't confirm if they're compatible with 18 and older though.
                I was figuring that would be the answer.
                Last edited by KurtP; 11-23-2019, 02:28 AM.

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