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Old 02-18-2013, 05:44 PM   #41
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I only got 35's for the poontang
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33's wouldn't make it
If have to agree. 35's are needed for that.
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33's wouldn't make it
To me it looks like you need 40 inch tires may i intrest you in a SAS?
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Old 02-18-2013, 05:48 PM   #44
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35s shredded that powder nicely. Sorry to de-rail this thread. Yes I'll take an SAS. Absolutely!
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Sorry to de-rail this thread. Yes I'll take an SAS. Absolutely!
yea a little far for you to drive down here lol
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:30 PM   #47
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Frame work? Not really. Just cut a small section of the body mount. Look up the cab mount chop. It is not very major. Yes it is doable.

There's a few guys running 35s and 3" lift.
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:31 PM   #48
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:32 PM   #49
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I have 3" with 33s. Not much rubbing for me. Only because I haven't really went offroading with the new tire size yet so I can't say about rubbing offroad. Barely rubbing on flat. Only in reverse when wheel is turned all the way. Go 3-4" with 33s. It looks nice. Or what Jamie did and go with 35s and chop the heck out of your frame.
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164K miles with my Pro Comp kit and 35's. Not a problem yet besides needing to replace my front struts after said 164K miles...gettin kinda bumpy
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:36 PM   #51
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I have 3" with 33s. Not much rubbing for me. Only because I haven't really went offroading with the new tire size yet so I can't say about rubbing offroad. Barely rubbing on flat. Only in reverse when wheel is turned all the way. Go 3-4" with 33s. It looks nice. Or what Jamie did and go with 35s and chop the heck out of your frame.

I didnt have to go crazy on my cab mount. and ive never rubbed.
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:38 PM   #52
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I didnt have to go crazy on my cab mount. and ive never rubbed.
True. Some people have went crazy. The set up you have is too nice. OP, if you wanted to do the mount chop and get correctly backspaced wheels and/or wheels spacers and don't mind about mpg much, do what spoonman has done.
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Old 02-18-2013, 07:21 PM   #53
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3 inch lift with 35s has be done many times. just time and money.
-cab mount chop
-gears front and rear
-new rims with proper back spacing
-new tires
-lift kit
if you are not able to do the work in order to fit 35 it can defiantly become expensive having a shop do it for you. if i were you i would look into it more.
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If you get a 6" lift might as well go SAS.
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Old 02-18-2013, 08:04 PM   #56
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When I sas, I hope to be sitting the same height I'm at now, or lower. Sas doesn't mean height!
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When I sas, I hope to be sitting the same height I'm at now, or lower. Sas doesn't mean height!
For me it does.... Lol
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...Listed 6" so peeps would look and post but i really want a 3"-4" lift and some bigger tires so i have some clearence and durablility, i just was looking for some brands and some info on what too get from people with experience
If you want a 4" go with rcd ,bds , zone (made by bds) both have a 4" lift as well. On the bds and zone you can always upgrade later to make it into a 6" if you decide to go that route but atleast you will have that option unlike sticking with a 3".
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If you want a 4" go with rcd ,bds , zone (made by bds) both have a 4" lift as well. On the bds and zone you can always upgrade later to make it into a 6" if you decide to go that route but atleast you will have that option unlike sticking with a 3".
See i like the sound of that i am also looking intoo geting some 35s but well see.
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