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Should I go from 33's to 42's on my Suburban?

chvyhs

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Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

Too late. I aready did.

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It's taken two years but I'm finally there.
 

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Re: Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

sweet looking burb rich.... when is the next club meeting??? I'm thinking about checking it out and maybe joining...


justin /forums/images/graemlins/burb.gif
 

K5MONSTERCHEV

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Re: Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

AWESOME!! /forums/images/graemlins/peace.gif

How much lift do you have?
 

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Re: Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

thank god, I was totally prepared for a 42s on 10 bolts thread.
 

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Re: Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

haha thats so cool /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
 

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Re: Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

Nice'burb! Hopefully it wont take me that long to get my tires /forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif
 

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Re: Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

I have 6" suspension, 2" body, and not enough fender trimming(yet).

I'm not done with the cross over steering or the front axle install. I can atleast say the doubler will be done this week.

Justin, come check out our forum on details about the next meeting. Everyone's welcome (except Larry).

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Re: Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

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I have 6" suspension, 2" body, and not enough fender trimming(yet).

I'm not done with the cross over steering or the front axle install. I can atleast say the doubler will be done this week.

Justin, come check out our forum on details about the next meeting. Everyone's welcome (except Larry).

Click here:
So Cal Big Dawgs

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I wanted to check it out yesterday but I had a order of t-shirts I needed to finsh...I'll keep checking for the next meeting....


thanks
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Re: Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

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I'm not done with the cross over steering or the front axle install.

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I was gonna say, where's the crossover?

You answered my question.

Sweet burb!!
 

Esteban86K5

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Re: Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

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Should I go from 33's to 42's on my Suburban?

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NO!! /forums/images/graemlins/whistling.gif
 

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Re: Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

Im about to go to 42" TSL's too and was checking out the hummer rims. Is that the stock back spaceing and offset or did you get coustom centers? Do the 42's rub the springs when you turn? Did you move your axle foward? /forums/images/graemlins/1zhelp.gif
 

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Re: Should I go from 33\'s to 42\'s on my Suburban?

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Im about to go to 42" TSL's too and was checking out the hummer rims. Is that the stock back spaceing and offset or did you get coustom centers? Do the 42's rub the springs when you turn? Did you move your axle foward?

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The stock backspacing is about 7 inches for stock hummer wheels. I had them recentered to 3.5 inches. I haven't been able to drive it yet, so I can't answer the rubbing question.

And Esteban is just jelous.
 
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