The way the DMax's are setup in the rear, it appears some load helps. I'm experimenting with some changes right now. I'll know more in a week or so.Just traded my 04 cummins in on the 06 D-max. I gotta say I like the ride better on my Ram.
I noticed on the d-max the rear hops a lot on small bumps. Are shocks gonna cure this? Lookin around it appears Bilistiens or Rancho are the way to go.
My D-rated 285's have a higher load rating (3300 lbs each at 65 psi) than the stock 245 E-rated tires (3045 lbs. at 80 psi). The tires are the Bridgestone Dueler Revos and ride great..keep me posted sixpak. I tow a heavy 5ver so I got to be careful about d rated tires.
I had an 03 ram 2500 hemi that would do the same thing. I put on Rancho 9000 and it helped a lot. That is why I was thinking it would cure my problem as well.
I took it on a good distant drive at highway speeds, and yes it is good!! The intown slow speed is were it is at. It almost feels like you hit 1 bump 3 times.
No they do not. Bilsteins have always been yellow with blue boots except for the silver units for special applications.I called Summit, and they are telling me the truck should have bilsteins on it already. I left a message with kennedy diesel as well.
what are the stock shocks?