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Old 02-18-2010, 08:11 AM
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Question lift kit

i was wondering if a lift kit from pro comp or superlift would void only the suspension part of the lifetime warranty or the whole entire warranty
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ask your dealer. some dealers will void it some wont. Mine voided the warenty on my jeep because i put a lift on it, and then the dealer I am with now said that the warenty would only be void on any parts that the suspension touches.
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My dealer contracted for my lift/rims/tires to be done by an outside source. I have no problem with my lift although my rims are corroding (corrosion started less than 6-8 months after we bought it brand new), I have to go after the aftermarket/manufacturer myself.
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thanks do you have any specific lift company you recommend?
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ICOVERU: how did you get your dealer to contract your lift to still be under warranty?
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My lift is a Pro Comp (4") by 4wheelparts.com out of Florida. They are trying to help me with my corroded Moto Metal Rims. I will keep EVERYONE updated on how well Moto Metal handles this problem.




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damn thats nice. so did the dealer contract 4wheelparts to do the lift?
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thanks do you have any specific lift company you recommend?
What my dealership is doing is this:

THEY selected the company and parts to be put on my truck. They haven't washed their hands of any responsibility regarding my truck, but they are acting somewhat as mediaries in getting the problem with my rims rectified. I have a great dealership. The only thing that has had to be replaced was my steering gear box and another dealership replaced it without any questions regarding the lift being a culprit of the leak. (We were traveling when it went bad). Dodge has been good to us.
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damn thats nice. so did the dealer contract 4wheelparts to do the lift?
Yes they did. I am currently speaking with a guy name Daniel at that store, he is working with Moto Metal as well.
I appreciate your compliments, thank you.
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Any aftermarket modification will not void the entire truck's warranty. It may void parts related to that mod that they can prove were damaged by that mod. Think there would be a SEMA around if no one could put a mod/accessory on a truck?

http://www.sema.org/sema-enews/2010/06/pro-pledge
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