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Just thinking about them...  Sure look good on the 4th gens...

 

What are the warranty ramifications?   Anyone know?

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I need to ask this question when I’m back at work on Monday.

19 and newer there are some compatibility issues with this. There are ways to recalibrate the older trucks easier.

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Depends what warranty you have. Factory I believe changing tire size will void.
We have the "dave smith" warranty that covers larger wheels and tires.

We just got 33s and it rides alot better for sure.

Also I had to use a heat gun to manipulate the drivers inner fender against the cab. I can explain that part if needed. We had minor rubbing.



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Not sure you’ve thought about ride quality or not. I went with 33 on 20 wheels on my pickup. Magnified square edge bumps terribly. 

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Hey Mark would the ProCal work on his (Russ’s) truck?

I haven’t heard back from AEV on their latest stuff.

 

 I have a friend of mine that has a 2014 3500 short bed crew and he wants to do a 4” lift and 35’s. He has 20’s and we’re leaning towards 18’s and 35’s for more sidewall cushion.

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Not sure what year Russ truck is. 
 

ProCal works on 13-17 and with adapter on 18. The 19’s are a different animal again from what I gather. 
 

The 14 will be no problem. 

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Also, radius arm rigs don’t need lift for fitting tires. Proper offset and trimming the bulge on the back of the fender well will clear 37’s with a leveling kit. 
 

37’s on 18” wheels rides awesome. 18’s and 35’s would be a nice combo too. 

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It’s a device that allows for tire size, diff gears, tpms adjustments, and fogs on with high beam. 

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The ProCal Snap is for 2019 and newer.

It doesn’t do all the stuff the ProCal does for older Chrysler products.

 

It does allow for calibration of tire size etc without leaving a fingerprint. It’s basic and doesn’t require any chrysler assistance with integration.

 

The more advanced version like what Mark described is still in prototype stage for 2019 and newer.

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17 hours ago, GTroyer said:

What is a Pro-Cal ?

 

It's for people with new trucks that aren't keeping them "Stock"  

 

Had to Gary.   :ph34r:

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Russ, 

 

I have the Procal that came with my truck. Thanks Mark!

 

We can turn on the fog-light with headlight options and change tire size. 

 

Dave

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