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The rear suspension uses the stock springs but is upgraded to King 21/2-inch piggyback reservoir shocks for greater control. The difference between the BMS suspension and others is that it is not designed as a lift kit, but rather a performance suspension that controls the tire movement better. Our test truck only saw 32-inch-tall tires, as larger tires would require fiberglass fenders front and rear. BMS offers an even-longer-travel rear suspension that includes a bed cage to mount the shocks up through the bed floor.