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Old 03-20-2014, 12:43 AM   #11
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I was looking at ur trucks stance and its perfect...what size tires and rims?
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20 x 9 with a + 11 offset. It's honestly a better ride quality with the 35's on 20's then on 33's.. They absorb more road imperfections and keep the truck stable.

Check out my general grabbers thread for some more pics.

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I was planning on getting a 3 inch body lift... and some friends told me that the 4" quick lift is not the best...but I don't know, anyone have a body lift or a quick lift kit?... and everyone says to get the performance accessories body lift...
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2.5 inch level with 33s

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Default 2.5 RCX with 275/70/18

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Bottom pic: 2.5" RCX level, with 1" add on in the rear. 275/70/18 BFGs (33.4")
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that's a nice truck crow, I really want 35's but the 33's look almost the same...that's the hard part to decide is what size tires I should get, and everyone has a different opinion...but im gonna figure out what I want soon cuz I need some new tires...just gotta keep doing some more research
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Here's my '04 Lariat 4x4 I had with 295x70x17 Toyo MT's (33.5x12) these should fit on a leveled 4x2..Click the image to open in full size.
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pawpaw nice truck...that stance looks nice
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im gonna post a pic of my truck with leveling kit and my factory tires with about 100 miles tread life left on them...if u have any pics plz post them I would like to see ur trucks so I can order the right tire/rim
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315/70r17 Big O Bigfoot A/T, 17x9 +6mm offset Eagle Alloys Series 012.
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