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'06 Dodge Sno-Way Frame Height?

Discussion in 'Ram Trucks' started by wkroncke17, Nov 10, 2008.

  1. wkroncke17

    wkroncke17 Junior Member
    Messages: 15

    I posted this in the Sno-Way section also, I hope its ok to check with fellow Dodge owners here also.

    I own a 2006 Dodge 2500 Quad cab (deisel), and I just had a new Sno-Way 29 Series plow installed. Without the plow on the truck, the bottom of the lowest part of the frame (the "J" where the bottom pin hooks into) is only 6 3/4 inches off the ground when on a flat level surface. I've scraped it a couple of times, and it seems low to me??

    Also....When I hit a bump just right, I've heard a light "clunk" in the right front suspension area. Is there anything that may be disturbed, or mounted close to the suspension in the right front that might hit?
    Any help/advice is much appreciated!!
    Thanks!