Well, first off, I designed and built the suspension on the truck. The front utilizes front Skyjacker springs, (7") they are actually Diesel springs, and I only have a 360. They are supposed to be 5 1/2" but they measured 7" of total lift. I do believe Trailmaster offers a 4" lift for Dodges but I am not certain. I still have the Skyjacker link arms and some other various parts left over if you want to make an offer I can't refuse? The rest of the lift comes from spacers I made from a bunch of steel. (tubing and bridge plate material). All the links and tie-rod, drag link etc. are 4140 chromoly with 3/4" heims at the ends. The attachment plates are 1/2" thick mild steel, and the points on the axle are 3/4" plates. The front driveshaft ismy own hi angle single universal (at each end) high angle drive line w/ 1350 joints. The rear shaft I also made, and incorporates 1410 joints. The rear lift comes from a custom shackle flip with my own hand made shackles. The springs were made by a local spring shop and provide 8" of lift,(just the springs, the rest is in the shackle flip). Stock blocks are in place, and 5/8" u-bolts hold it in place. On the front, the upper link is attached to the frame via the previous spot the lower link used to attach to. This weekend, the transmission will be replaced by 727 unit, with the stock NP241HD case being retained and rotated down to facilitate a healthier shaft angle up front. (It didn't like high speed operation). The axles have posi and 5.13's front and rear. Stock steering box is in place, and future plans will call for a hydraulic assist to move the tires a bit easier. I have made several of my steering setups on trucks in my area, and they have cured the dilemma of 94 and up front end issue of worn out trac bars and tie rods and drag links. Also, on 94-96, maybe '97 4x4 dodges, the drag link went directly to the passenger side knuckle, and the tie rod attached to it creating a "triangulated" setup. This used to give my truck and a few others the "shakes" when the suspension cycled at speed. If anyone has had this happen, it can be very scary situation. Different components can cure this, and I do believe the entire setup (with factory ball joints) can be swapped from a later model Dodge into the 94-96 or 97 trucks. Alright, now that I am way off track here, I will post and leave it at that...... Hopefully this will help someone??saw960 said:ok so you must tell me where did you get the lift for the front? I'm looking for 4" of lift for my front end. I have the lift for the rear.