Vehicle Feature: BDS 2019 RAM 3500

Big wheels are a big trend, while its not everyone's style and the argument can be made its not as "offroad" capable, let's be honest, how many people are using their fullsize trucks in that harsh of conditions offroad (or offroad at all in many situations).

So to go along with that trend we built a new 2019 RAM 3500 to debut at SEMA showcasing a number of preproduction BDS suspension upgrades. The new altitude comes from a BDS 8" 4-Link conversion system with upgraded FOX 2.5 DSC coilovers, BDS dual stabilizer kit, BDS Glideride rear leaf springs and Recoil traction bars all finished in a metallic blue powder coat. This allows clearance for the 40x15.50 Nitto Trail Grapplers on 26x16 Armani Offroad Buzzed wheels. Being a limited, this truck is nicely optioned from the factory, but to add to its menacing appearance a Body Guard A2L front and rear bumpers were added along with Rigid LED lighting.

10 Responses

  1. brad
    brad at | | Reply

    When will the lift kits for these trucks be available?

  2. Nathan Pecyna
    Nathan Pecyna at | | Reply


    Is there any update on when more kits will be available for the 5th generation (2019+) Ram Diesel HO 3500’s? I’ve been waiting and hoping one would be released soon. I’m specifically looking for 4” that would support the rear auto leveling. Will your new 1643H kit also fit the 2019’s? If not, what are the differences if any?

    I currently have your leveling kit for the 5th gen on my truck, however, the front end definitely stands approximately an inch taller now than the rear.

  3. brian
    brian at | | Reply

    Any time frame update for the 8″ 4 link kit?

  4. Nathan Pecyna
    Nathan Pecyna at | | Reply

    I’m still really hoping a 4” option will soon be available from BDS for 3500 with the factory rear air suspension! Any chance of this miracle coming true soon during all of this COVID-19 hiatus?

  5. John O'keefe
    John O'keefe at | | Reply

    Any updates on when 6” or 8” kits will be available for the 2019 ram 3500?

Leave a Reply