Discussion in 'The Garage' started by coptezr, Jul 10, 2005.
im trying to figure out what tire size i want, without trimming.
I ran 9" of lift with 35's and no trimming and still mashed my fenders when flexing.
Here is 6" suspension lift with 36's.
6" w/ 37's..... it rubbed driving over a curb. it cant be done without trimming.
edit: rubbed isnt the best term to describe it...... more like smashed the fender. if you dont plan on leaving pavement..... it works just fine.
6" springs. my 35's rubbed! 37's are that much worse. I'd say you need a fair amount of fender trimming if you want to flex it out.
If your just driving to the mall you might be okay.
Might rub when crawling the double stacked curbs though.
That sure is a good looking truck I like the color combo..
6inch with 36s
6inch with 38.5s
As you can tell I had to trim the front fenders. I am going to do the rear in a few mins.
They show up as red X's on my end just thought I would let you know..
yep no workey
Exact same story here.
what does 9" and 35s look like.... im gonna be putting about 9" under mine, and i want to keep the 35s til they need to be replaced with some 38s
9" lift and 35's? that would be rjfguitars k5.
I think that my 9 and 35 combo looks okay. I wanted 37's and I am glad that I didn't get them because my fenders would have really been mangled. I was worried that it would look funny, but it is not bad.
6" lift, 37" SSR's. Like others have said, won't work without trimming.
here's 6" and 33's, before i swapped axles/wheels/tires.
give me a second and that will be changed.
I see the pics fine. Its a sweet looking white blazer with a front fender that has been cut pretty substantially
Ok you got them fixed now they work fine
i sugest you look carefully at some of the trimed fenders and choose a style that you like or get bushwacker cutout flares because i have even rubbed with 33's and a 6" lift
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