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Old 03-26-2013, 02:03 PM   #1
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Hi everyone

New member from Quebec. I've been reading the posts for over a month and learned a lot. I recently ordererd a complete lift kit from Toytec ,
Still waiting for it. I chose the adjustable shocks with Elbach coils and 1 1/2 inch aal in the back with new shocks
I'm thinking of setting the front at 2.5. and i guess i'll get 2 inch of lift
My question is , what size tire would you guys recommend for that kind of lift ?
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depends on if you're willing to pound your fender and trim plastic.
if you are, a 33" tire is the way to go.

if you don't want to deal with that, go with a 265/75r16


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I was wondering can you put a bfgoodrich all terrain on the stock rims?
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Originally Posted by m3bassman View Post
Isn't setting the 5100s at 2.5 with the eibachs bad?
yes the eibachs give 1.4" of lift alone. so you normally only go to .85 on the billies...
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I was wondering can you put a bfgoodrich all terrain on the stock rims?
Yes. That's very common.
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Thanks for the heads up on the right setting for the shocks.
First time, and first mod too.
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depends on if you're willing to pound your fender and trim plastic.
if you are, a 33" tire is the way to go.

if you don't want to deal with that, go with a 265/75r16


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Thanks

No i don't want to trim anything. I was thinking of going with a 265/70/17
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Thanks

No i don't want to trim anything. I was thinking of going with a 265/70/17
Thats a good size, you can run that size with no lift.
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