Help 2000 Chevy 2500 4x4 Ext. cab 6.5 box LT needs new plow
So it has front 4410lb gawr, rear 6000lb gawr total 8600 gvwr. It weighs 6025lbs full gas tank on the scales. Modifications has been front gussets installed, added a second battery with upgrading the cables, Changed the gk torsion bars to gl torsion bars, added green keys, cognito uca, blistern 5100 shocks up front, and added some timberns. My thinking behind all this was so i could add a boss 8.2 vxt plow thinking that by adding ballast that would offset the weight off of my front axles. I also new knew that the dealer would not install the plow because my truck does not have a 4500lb front axle rating. But i didn't know that this would also void my warranty of the new plow that i was going to have it shipped to me from a out of state dealer. Also the dealer said that if i did have a problem it and offer to pay for the repairs that they wouldn't touch the plow while it was install on the truck because of liability issues.
My thought was truck 6025lbs + plow 900lbs + ballast 800= 7725lbs while still be under my 8600lbs and be legal if i got into a accident. So am i really stuck with only having a 7.5 ft plow with my 3/4 ton truck if i want to stay legal ? Or is the dealer wrong in saying that i cant offset the weight back off the front axles and stay under the 8600lbs to stay legal ?