Originally Posted by Krakatau4x4
Do you know if getting a lift and tires voids the warranty?
Also if I do that do people sell there OEM tires? Is it worth it to keep?
The easy answer to that question is "no". Installing a lift does not void your warranty. Of course, it DOES void the warranty on any items you replace. IE springs, shocks, drive shafts, etc, etc.
Successfully negotiating (and you can bet your shiny red hiny if you're lifted over 2" w/ 32's there's assuredly gonna be some discussion about it ) to have repairs performed under warranty is going to vary from dealer to dealer. IMO if you can establish and maintain a steady, positive relationship, IE, be it the dealer you purchased from, go to them for most or all scheduled maintenance, you could go with just about any reasonable lift & tires and be ok. If you already have a dealer, ask your service manager for recommendations even. My dealer sells lifted Wranglers regularly and I have had several discussions with "my service manager" (I go there for just about all service) and they have no issue with me going with a 2.5" lift w/ 33's.
That said, even a mod friendly dealership is going to give you a hard time if you come in w/ 4" lift running 40's and want them to replace that busted axle/u-joint/transmission/transfer case/drive shaft/motor. Heck I wouldn't expect them to.
BUT that does not mean the rest of your bumper to bumper is void.