Ok, my husband is the 4x4 freak but since he bought me a 2010 Titan 4x4, already lifted w/ a 6" ProComp lift and big ol' mud tires, guess I'm a freak now too. LOL Anyway we just got the truck a few weeks ago and the rear axle (and tires) are too far back in the wheel well - to the point if I were to go through a ditch or steep incline, it would take out the rear panel. We're dealing with the dealership and the idiots they had put the lift on now, but was curious if anyone else has had this issue? Thanks so much......
Sounds like someone needs a bigger pair of boots and needs to plant their now larger boots firmly in someone elses ***. Best of luck resolving the issue, usually a used truck\jeep with a lift from the lot has been in a wreck in my experience.
Oddly enough - we're going to a 4x4 Frenzy thing in Houston tomorrow and ProComp will be there. Before anything else gets done, we're going to have them just look at it and see if they can tell right off what's wrong. I am soooooooooooo in love with this truck and would be crushed if anything happened to it - sure hope I don't have to go and drive it through the building on to the show room floor before it's resolved! LOL :boxing:
This is just a guess; but it looks like your pinion angle is off due to the large blocks used for the lift. I could easily see the rear axle begin rotated downward with a flat block pushing the axle back up to an inch or so. Have them check your pinion angle and possibly replace the flat block with an angled one to correct your pinion which may hopefully pull the axle forward a little.