Originally Posted by Mindman
We just picked up our fiver today, a 2016 321RSTS. TV is a 2015 Ram 2500 6.4L 4X4. We were 8" nose high. The dealer raised the king pin, and flipped the axles. We're now down to 4" high. The guy who did our walk-through with us said that one customer told him that he was able to get the rear of his truck lowered (?). Has anyone heard of that? Also...I've seen several mentions of sub-frame mods for the trailer. Can someone give me some detail on what's involved and ballpark cost? By the way...first time Truck owner, first time RV owner here, so get ready for me playing 1000 questions. Thanks!
A reverse level is what you're referring to for lowering the rear. You can swap the spacers from below the rear axle to above and/or a smaller spacer.
As far as a subframe, here's what I did. Can see the undercarriage before and after.
It cost me around $300 I believe in material. I've heard in the ball park of 1-1.5k to have it done.