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Old 01-11-2010, 05:04 PM   #121
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i have a 2007 xlt supercrew 4x4. stock is 255/70/17. can i fit 275/65/18 without a lift of any kind.
I have 275/70R18s on my 4x4 stock - no rub at all, so you should be good with the 275/65R18.

I'm guessing you're getting new wheels? Make sure you have the stock backspacing.
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Old 01-11-2010, 09:59 PM   #122
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I just got Nitto Terra Grapplers today. LT305/55/20. I have a 2.5 level. They clear vertically with no trouble at all. But they do rub at full lock if i'm braking. I paid $1,289 out the door. They look really good. At least they'll get me by until I can throw on a lift and get something bigger.
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Old 01-12-2010, 02:06 PM   #123
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Default Dick Cepek rims and 35's

I am new to this forum and was wondering if this application would work for my truck. 2" Leveling kit installed just bought Dick Cepek dc1 17 9 rims with 4.56" backspacing -12mm offset and I am looking to put 33 12.5 17 tires on. Will I get much rubbing? Will this application work? Do I have to take off my mudflaps? Thanks

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Do I have to install the tire pressure monitoring sensors on the aftermarket rims??
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Ok so i know the 2wd will it 33s on the stock wheels and a leveling kit, but will it fit 35s with a leveling kit and a 3" body lift?

My plan was to do the 6" susp. lift with the 35s on the stock wheels for now, however funds arent available for the susp lift and i still want to raise my truck. if need be i will find a susp. lift later on that will work with whatever body lift kit i buy since this truck will never be off road, im just a huge fan of the look of big trucks.
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thanks cause im doing 6inches of lift but i want the tires on it first. i have the leveling kit here at the house but i havent put it on yet, figure y do it if i was going to do the suspension lift. but with this info i might as well so i can slam on the 35s
I had a 3" suspension lift and slammed on 35s w/ aftermarket rims. No rubbing unless I hit a bump going over 30, and by bump i'm talking curb size bump, not these lil bumps in the road. This worked for city driving, even if I needed to hop a curb (I don't hop curbs doin 25). I did however do this because I was getting a 3" body lift a few weeks later.
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Ok so i know the 2wd will it 33s on the stock wheels and a leveling kit, but will it fit 35s with a leveling kit and a 3" body lift?

My plan was to do the 6" susp. lift with the 35s on the stock wheels for now, however funds arent available for the susp lift and i still want to raise my truck. if need be i will find a susp. lift later on that will work with whatever body lift kit i buy since this truck will never be off road, im just a huge fan of the look of big trucks.
yes, I have the Rancho Quicklift 9000xl in the front, AAL rear, 3" body lift and comfortably running 35x12.5 R20 Mickey Thompson ATZ. Check my pics. Gettin the gap guards next week
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thats great news then! with the 3" body 2.5" leveling kit and an add a leaf for 2.5" it will only be a .5" differance and $1000 cheaper.

That is definitely what im going to do, thanks a ton!
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thats great news then! with the 3" body 2.5" leveling kit and an add a leaf for 2.5" it will only be a .5" differance and $1000 cheaper.

That is definitely what im going to do, thanks a ton!
You may want to go with blocks in the rear instead of an AAL, you could probably find stock 4x4 blocks that someone took off for cheap and just order some new ubolts and nuts.
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thats great news then! with the 3" body 2.5" leveling kit and an add a leaf for 2.5" it will only be a .5" differance and $1000 cheaper.

That is definitely what im going to do, thanks a ton!
I actually parked next to an Fx4 with a 6" Lift and we were at the same height, mirrors, tailgates. Can't remember if he had the 35's or not but yea.
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