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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by hardcore_rob, Jan 31, 2003.

  1. hardcore_rob

    hardcore_rob 1/2 ton status

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    that shows the proper lift height for certain tire fitting? used to have it cant find it.
     
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    Superlift.com has a chart like that /forums/images/graemlins/truck.gif
     
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    thats what i was trying to find.

    35x12.50

    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.
     
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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    good information, 35's are as big as i am going to go. (dont want to start having to park outside of my garage)
     
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    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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