Originally Posted by iRESQu
Hello Janet and welcome aboard the ForumZ. Great to have you.
I used to have an 08' 6" ProComp lifted truck with 37x13.5 on 17's. I DID rub at full crank, but we cut away a little of the inner plastic wheel well, bumped out our front bumper a /14 of an inch and then we had no more problems. As for your warranty, if the dealership didn't install it and you have suspension problems, it is on you. When we bought my truck it was contracted out to the local 4x4 shop (at the time of purchase, which is the important part) for the lift and they didn't do it right, but because it was done at the dealership level, Dodge assumed responsibility. After about a 1 1/2 years, my driveshaft went bad as did my ujoints and a couple other suspension components and Dodge replaced it all under warranty. Best of luck and hopefully I offered a little insight.
Originally Posted by USAF ram
A lift shouldnt void the warranty, as long as it doesnt damage the truck.
A lift that is not installed by the dealer that experiences problems or creates other suspension related issues, WILL NOT BE COVERED BY DODGE/RAM/CHRYSLER etc etc etc. I was a warranty clerk and understand the stipulations to modifications in relation to manufacturers express written warranties on their products and services.
Now, the ONLY 2 ways to bypass these guidelines is to:
1) Sweet talk your service dept and become friends with them, spoil them occassionally with donuts and coffee.
2) Buy THEIR product and have THEM install it.