Thanks guys. I've put alot of time and money in it and still have a ways to go. The toughest part is the grief I get over it from my fiance'. She constantly accuses me of loving "the Dodge" more than her . hmmmm... well maybe .
This looks familiar, kind of like mine! Looks like you have the same problem as me. The front end sits much lower than the rear which prevents 35's without fender trimming.
I went round and round with Superlift when 4Wheel Parts installed my 5.5". Their ad claimed the lift would accomodate 35's but there was no way they'd fit up front because they would rip the fenders off with the wheels turned. Suspecting defective front springs, they sent me another set and I paid an extra $100 for 4WP to swap them out. Same thing. So Superlift suggested I try the Heavy Duty springs so they sent me some of those and I paid another $100 to have them installed. Same thing! I tried other tactics to get Superlift to get my truck's front end level with the rear but they wouldn't work with me. I'm still pissed about it and that was 6 years ago. Even with 33's and the front fender flares removed, I still scrape really bad when the wheels are turned and the suspension is flexed. I could remedy this real easy with some fender trimming. I will forever have a bad taste in my mouth for Superlift.
Power, I'm only runnin' 2" add-a-leaves up front and a 1" body lift with the 33's. Clearance has not been a problem for me. I have not experienced any contact with the fenders yet, even (mild) off road. Though in the pic it looks like a tight fit because the front wheels are cranked all the way to the right.
Oh btw Shedevil, I'm thinkin' about ditching the stickers.
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