Carli Suspension's Commuter 2.0 Suspension System for the 2019-Current Ram 1500 Rebel boasts 2.0″, IFP Fox Shocks. Designed and tuned in house for the customer looking for on-road and off-road performance improvement.
With this aftermarket suspension system Ram Rebel owners can expect a softer ride with more control and bottom-out resistance.
VEHICLE FITMENT: 2019-Current Ram 1500 Rebel
|Diesel Front Lift||Hemi Front Lift||Rear Lift||Front Travel||Rear Travel||Shock Diameter||Tire Fitment|
|2"||2.5"||1"||8"||12"||2.0"||35" x 12.5"|
- CS-RAM15C20SPKG-19: Carli Tuned Fox 2.0" IFP Coilover and Shock Package
- CS-RAM15-EL-R: Rear Sway Bar End Links
- CS-RAM15MRC-RBL-19-R: Ram Rebel Specific Rear Coil Springs
WHEEL AND TIRE INFO:
Carli recommends an 8.5″ Wide wheel with 4.5″ Backspace be utilized with a 34″ tire for best fitment and minimal trimming. 35″ Tires are doable but requiring more trimming.
Designed and tuned for the truck that spends its life on road with occasional dirt trails, this custom shock project was intensely focused on delivering a comfortable in-town ride and smoothing the freeway’s all while improving vehicle control for light off-road adventures. FOX IFP Pintop shocks feature extruded aluminum bodies for lasting finish and corrosion resistance. Lifting and leveling your truck doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice ride quality for the look you are after; a Commuter system will net you the added height while increasing ride quality and control. Lift height is 2″ in the front, 1″ in the rear which will net you 8″ of travel in the front and 12″ in the rear.
In the rear, Carli swapped in their multi-rate coil spring. This went through several iterations. The 2019-Current Ram 1500 came with an all new spring that had us back to the drawing board. Carli wanted a spring that would maximize suspension travel while providing a supple yet predictable ride on and off the pavement. Further, they didn’t want to deviate too far from the factory load capacity. Carli's rear springs are shot-peened & pre-set for longevity of the coil (it won’t ever sag), then powder coated to ensures the finish quality is as good as the spring’s performance.
The Rear coil provides 1-1.25″ of rear lift and runs 2 rates. The initial, softer rate is blocked out at ride height. This is NOT designed to be some super soft on-road rate – think of this as a “tender spring”. Carli wanted predictability in ride and handling so the truck will run on the 2nd rate unless the rear axle droops (offroad). Further, when loaded, it ensure sag is not exaggerated by initial collapsing of a softer rate. Take it in the dirt and, once the axle droops, the initial rate opens to keep the coil tight to its mounting perches while the extended travel shocks are pushed to the bottom of their longer stroke. As travel was extended in the rear, Carli spec their extended sway bar end links to maintain the factory sway bar through the extended range.
What Spring Rate is best for my application and intended use?