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4in lift and 37x12.50

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 5150k20, Apr 7, 2005.

  1. 5150k20

    5150k20 Newbie

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    Now i tried searching and i found a few, but I really want to see what a 4in lift and a set of 37x12.50s look like on a k20. Im thinking of getting a set. at the moment i have 33x12.50s and 4:10 gears and it sucks as a daily driver(speed wise and gas). I dont really off road much and dont flex it at all. I just wanna see if it will look stupid or not before i pay any bucks. thanks
     
  2. Hossbaby50

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    Keep in mind that the front fenders are cut pretty well to clear the tires while flexing.

    Harley
     
  3. 5150k20

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    thanks for the pic, did you trim any off the top of the fender well. I still want there to be a nice gap between the top of the tire and the top of the fender(if that makes any sense).
     
  4. Hossbaby50

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    This actually isn't my truck. It is a good buddies. As far as I know he only cut the back of the fender and some out of the front for extra clearence. The top of the fender is not cut as I remember.

    Harley
     
  5. az-k5

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    Correct, there is no trimming on the top, just the leading and trailing edeges.
     

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