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Old 02-24-2012, 02:59 PM   #1
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Wheels + Spacers Fitment

Okay, so I've searched the threads and found MOST of the information I need.

I'm adding 265/75/16s soon. My original plans were to add a set of spacers, too, but I've read that these tires won't fit the stock suspension with spacers added; that the spacers plus tires would require a lift.

How much lift would be required to make this setup work?

I've been debating a simple leveling kit (non TSB...so I'm thinking 5100s at .85)...would this yield enough additional clearance to run the spacers with these tires or would I need to go taller?

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I don't know much about the 2nd gens tire fitment. But A guy I worked with had an 06 or maybe it was 07 access cab, 2.7 4x4 with stock steel 16's and he ran 265/75/16 KM2's. and he had machined his own leveling spacer that was supposed to be the same as a revtek, think his was 2 or 2.5 not the full 3. He had no rubbing issues. Don't know about completely stock though...well that might not have been usefull to you at all but i figured i'd throw in my .02
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Stock 16s.

I know the tires will fit WITHOUT the spacers...I'm just curious to know if they will fit WITH the spacers if I add a leveling kit.
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With spacers the tires will most likely hit on the mudflaps if you have them on , that won't really change by lifting .
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With spacers the tires will most likely hit on the mudflaps if you have them on , that won't really change by lifting .
So, the mudflaps are the only issue? If that's true, I'm golden as they're already history.
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