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Old 01-17-2012, 07:02 PM   #61
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cool sounds good, I don't really want to crank my coil overs up anyway, they ride way nicer at 2.5"!

What bump stops are people running in the front?
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cool sounds good, I don't really want to crank my coil overs up anyway, they ride way nicer at 2.5"!

What bump stops are people running in the front?
Wheelers bumps are pretty popular but the light racing jouncestops are the shit!
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You can definitely fit 315's on a 3" lift if you're not afraid to cut and trim.

Heck, n0rth fit 36's on a 3" lift... I post his build page in a sec
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Old 01-20-2012, 02:40 PM   #65
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kinda a 4" lft really.

Robert's 34s rub on his rear flares a little. Mine are chopped but I don't see how you could run 35s with stock rear flares.

Those wheels will have a -6 offset which is a little more than a 4.5 8" wheel so I think you'll be fine. I run 4.0BS -12 OS 16x8 with 315/75/16 BFG A/T. To some extent the shape of the tire will also dictate how much you rub. Mine are very blocky and rub a little more.
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started tearing the truck down

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315/75 are a pita and will not fit without major work.. I have camburg spindles and billies cranked to 1.75 I can clear 295/75 16 when I tried to fit 315/75 it rubbed all over the factory fender flares..wheels are mb72 16x8.5 -6mm offset
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man listen IT WILL NOT FIT...285's rub with a 3in lift...you have to get rid of mud flaps,trim inside edges of fender and cut and weld bodymount behind front tires..and all that to clear 285's with NO rubbing....and 315's are much bigger so you do the math...use the search buton bro it will teach you alot...ive spent hundreds of hours leaning about our trucks on here.....you will need a new offroad front bumper also with 315's as said b4
Weird... I'm on Dr coilovers w/ Camburg UCAs, TX Pro wheels and BFG AT 295/75/16's and I don't rub AT ALL... Haven't done a bit of trimming either!!!
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There is a big difference between an All terrain tire and a mud terrain. Is your swaybar still on? Do you take it off the pavement?
True... and I do still have my Sway bar on and I do take it off pavement
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bfg A/Ts are very square which IMO would cause even more rubbing

in other words, I think I would rub less if I didn't have bfg A/Ts
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You can fit anything with a little cutting and a welder
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All I know is that i'm just surprised that I fit these tires in there with NO cutting or rubbing!
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Why all the hassle? 6 inch lift is the way to go imo.
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All I know is that i'm just surprised that I fit these tires in there with NO cutting or rubbing!
take off that swaybar so you can actually flex your ifs susp and tell me if you rub
most of us that wheel do not have swaybar in....its a night and day difference offroad
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