If I need another vehicle I unload my dirt bike.
I ordered the Russian Spacers and had them installed a couple of weeks ago along with some BFG KO2 245/70/17 tires and wheels . Love them! But like a previous post, I am getting some steering wheel shudder at around 50 MPH. Otherwise it's all smooth. I'm guessing the shutter is due to something in the CV joints being in a new position. The van has just under 40K miles on it now. The other issue that came up is that my trip computer is stuck showing "Average Fuel Consumption" at 4.7MPG. I'm guessing that this might be related to disconnecting the computer near the steering column when the strut was removed. Not sure how I'll get that resolved. All of the other modes work fine.
For us new to the Ram ProMaster world who love being "higher up" while driving is there anything you recommend to accomplish a "lifted" position--short of the "traditional off-road lift". I love how the higher view I have experienced sitting in a sprinter (especially the 4x4) It sounds as if you speak from knowledge as to lift kits being not desirable, can you shed some light on why it is ill advised?Lift kits - na, NO way! Just asking for problems. I know, I know they look so "cool" and you can use oversized tires and climb big rocks with a single bound, but NO!