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Old 08-20-2013, 02:14 PM   #2341
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What spacing on those. They look great.
Thanks. Not sure off the top of my head on the spacing, but the wheels are method racing fat 5 wheels. I have a slight rub on the back of the front fender at half turn when under flex. Not bad though.
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Old 08-21-2013, 12:03 AM   #2342
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Old 08-22-2013, 08:09 PM   #2343
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Has anyone had there dealership tell them that installing a leveling kit will void your Warranty!!!

I'm in Canada, it may make a difference?
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Has anyone had there dealership tell them that installing a leveling kit will void your Warranty!!!

I'm in Canada, it may make a difference?
What warranty could it void? Bumper-bumper? In that case, no way. I mean, I suppose they could deny you if the entire front suspension collapsed, but leveling kits won't cause issues anyway, so you won't have to worry.
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I specifically asked my dealer about it and they said on leveling kit and blocks in the back I'm good, as long as it's nothing crazy and you don't go beyond a leveling kit you're good. Some dealerships install them.
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The Moss-Magnuson ac covers thee types of things. We do have recourse. Most dealers have change their tone when you mention that. The dealer must prove that the modifications caused the damage or situation. http://www.impalaclub.com/naisso/magmoss.htm
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Has anyone had there dealership tell them that installing a leveling kit will void your Warranty!!!

I'm in Canada, it may make a difference?
My dealer sells trucks with them already installed. They call in Ken Grody Customs at Ken Grody Ford. So I don't think they have any way of saying it would void anything at all.
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Has anyone had there dealership tell them that installing a leveling kit will void your Warranty!!!

I'm in Canada, it may make a difference?

Dealer installed mine and it came with 12 month 12000 mile warranty
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What's your spacing in the rims. I am looking for the same size and set up and am contemplating a 285 width tire same height and rim but was original ally thinking 275 width depending on tires available but do not want them to stick out to far but like yours.

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