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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by hardcore_rob, Jan 31, 2003.
that shows the proper lift height for certain tire fitting? used to have it cant find it.
Superlift.com has a chart like that /forums/images/graemlins/truck.gif
Does this help?
Did you check the tech page here: http://coloradok5.com/tirefitmenttable.shtml
thats what i was trying to find.
Minor Fender Trimming, Suspension Lift (4-in.) ? is this for alowing the space to flex without rubbing? I measured out the space i have and it would seem to work without fender trimming, but i could be wrong.
It could work without trimming depending on how you wheel and the amount of flex you do have. You'll have to decide on this honestly yourself based on your habits... /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif
well, it depends on how much you cut. IMHO, 40's are about as big as you can fit w/o having rubbing issues.
Rod has 42's with a simular set-up as mine, so after I see it in action this weekend, i may change my opinion, but i don't see how much more stuff could be had.
ill report back on Monday.
good information, 35's are as big as i am going to go. (dont want to start having to park outside of my garage)
My original set-up was 4" HD SUperlift front springs and 35x12.50x15's and I would hit the rear fender lip down at the bottom...
If you relocate the axle forward an 1" or so with offset, 0 rate, add a leafs, you could probably do it with no trimming on a 4" lift...
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