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Hi I'm a newbie here my first post.

I live in Arabia and have recently purchased a durango 2007.

I intend desert driving over possible large sand dunes. I visited my local dealership workshop and requested that they remove the front black spoiler under the main front bumper/fender to give me more ground clearance.

They recommended that I dont remove and offered to re-adjust my front end and lift the body higher. I agreed and in just a few minutes they dove my dodge out of the workshop with about a 2 inch lift. Normally the vehicle is lower at the front, now its almost level.
test diving on normal roads it feel ok although I feel its a little harder ride.

My question, will this adjustment have any adverse effect on the road holding of my vehicle or give any other problems?

Any comments or advise welcome
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Welcome to DT!

You should be just fine with the lift of the front. Many people have done it around here. The handling might be a little more tippy since your center of gravity is higher.
More important is to get your alignment checked! You will get uneven tire wear!
 

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No impact that i can tell. You could still remove the plastic spoiler as well - i did with no overheating - even towing a trailer up a mountain in August (~99 deg F)
 
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