Carli Suspension | 2010-2018 Ram 6.7 Cummins
Unfortunately, the majority of truck owners simply "put up" with poor ride quality as they've been schooled that its simply something you have to deal with when owning a heavy duty pick up. Well, we a ... read more
Unfortunately, the majority of truck owners simply "put up" with poor ride quality as they've been schooled that its simply something you have to deal with when owning a heavy duty pick up. Well, we are here to tell you that is absolutely not the case. Vehicle manufacturers are forced to skimp in a lot of areas, suspension included, just to enable the average truck consumer to be able to afford the trucks in the first place. Carli Suspension long ago realized this opportunity and has been at the forefront of creating complete suspension systems to dramatically improve the ride quality of your Heavy Duty Ram.
Whether you take your truck to the dunes every weekend and want to see daylight under the tires, want a more comfortable ride when you are out in the woods on a hunting trip, or your truck is a daily driver that hauls a 5th wheel trailer every weekend, we offer Carli Suspension complete systems and components to drastically increase the overall suspension performance for your specific uses.
Further, its not just about the ride quality. Carli also manufactures suspension components to replace the common wear items on your Ram that are designed to outlast your truck in many instances. Browse our complete selection of upper and lower lifetime guaranteed ball joints, heavy duty adjustable track bars, torsion sway bars, long travel air bags, multi-rate coils and much more.
Feel free to send us an e-mail to [email protected] or give us a call us if you have any questions and we would be more than happy to assist. We run Carli on our own trucks and are confident that you will appreciate their quality and attention to detail as much as we do.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Beginning in model year 2013, Ram introduced new suspension components that affect kit compatibility. For reference, beginning in model year 2013, 3500 Rams received a new front end in which Ram stepped away from their traditional upper and lower control arms and transitioned to what is known as a radius arm design. Changes in the steering design also occurred at this time. In model year 2014, the Ram 2500's also received this new front end, and they also received rear coil springs to take the place of the leaf springs that had been used....well, forever.