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Suspension or body lift kits, I need help.

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I have been looking around everywhere for both suspension and body lift kits and have not yet found any out there. I'm looking to find a 3" suspension lift preferably but can settle for a body lift. Open to any pointers, help and any feedback you can give me. By the way I have a 2000 Durango 4x4 with a 5.9L and 3.42 gear ratio on the rear end if needed.

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1 - 6 of 6 Posts check this site it is the only site I am aware of but it has a lot of things for the Durango.
Thanks for the website its awesome and has everything I need. Thank you very much.

is this the best 4x4 site for information on the 1st generation durangos? I think I'm seeing 1997-2003 as the year range?? I just bought a 98 5.2 4x4 with a lift kit (suspension) and will see if I can find a mfg marking on it. it's painted red and my mechanic buddy says it's a good professional installation both front and rear.
my current concern is over wheels. I use the truck in the desert, and have been running a 1979 jeep cherokee with 17 x8 steel wheels and treadwright 285x70x17 tires. want to do same on durango, and want steel plain jane wheels. most aftermarket "designer " wheels show 1997-2003 fitment. however, OEM 2003 17x7.5 really plain janes show that they do not fit a 98??? what changed from 98 to 03. if any body knows ,please tell me before I have to go the "designer" route. fyi, the treadwrights are really tough and really reasonable.
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From what I can find, the super plain steel OEM 15x7 wheel only fits the 98-02.I can't find any difference in the bolt pattern. Everything I find shows the 98 - 03 has a 6 x 4.5.
they changed the brakes in 03 they are bigger and the other than that they are the same. in 98-00 the 4x4s have a gear box and the 01-03 have a rack and pinon steering
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