No I just got the truck a few weeks ago. and first time i put it in 4 wheel and actually used it one of the u-joints was making really bad sounds, so i pulled apart that side and replaced the seal and u-joint. Then i took the truck out to sand lake sunday and now the other side doing the same thing, Im going to fix that this weekend. On the front suspension I havent done anything yet I learned a 3" coil lift for a dodge is only a 1" for my truck because it is a offroad package. I can raise it with 2" coil spacers but then i have to do a drop pitman arm and and lower control arms or my axle will shift back toards the cab. The back is just use a add a leaf if i do the spacers. That will net 4" over stock, Or i save up the money and buy a 5" kit.
YA i cant wait to go play with the new tires and test them out. I think they make the truck look much more like a real 4x4 to. blk01ram your post on them on dodge talk is what got me looking at reviews on them and i couldn't find any bad ones lol. I think I will have to do some trimming so they don't rub at full flex in the front, I plan on using the loading dock ramp or a fork lift at work monday to find anywhere they will rub and break out the cut off wheel:) after that my next project on the truck will be making some rock sliders.
My truck is a offroad edition, It sits 2" taller then the standard ram witch makes the control arms and steering assembly maxed out. If you put the coil spacers in such a truck it pulls the axle back towards the cab and to the right. Requiring a new pitmen arm and control arms to correct it. That is what I was first going to do in tell I looked into it deeper and found this out. Anyways the only place I have got it to rub so far is the upper control arm on the driver side, I am going to box the bottom of it with a peace of strap metal and grind away the side bend area it is rubbing on, note it has only rubbed there at full lock (steering bump stops removed) while on a 3" curb with that wheel. Knowing thats not near max flex I will be doing test mentioned above to find everywhere I have to trim.