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Old 04-11-2008, 01:06 PM   #1
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Ok so my truck has a 3in bodylift and I think it has a leveling kit. It has 325/60-18 pro comp xterrains on it now which is I think a 33x13.50, I was wondering if I could fit a 35x12.50 without it rubbing too bad?
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No one has any info on this?
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maybe if you knew something about your truck we could tell you.
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What more do you want to know? when his last oil change was, how much change is in his cup holder, and the PSI of his spare tire?

I think they will fit, but your best bet is to go out and measure to see if you can clear the extra inch at full lock and what not.
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Haha thanks I was just wondering if anyone had the same setup
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I have a 97' with a 3" body lift and no leveling kit on 35/12.50 Maxxis Buckshot Mudders that rub when you turn the wheel all the way. It is not enough to mess with the driveability only parking. Also watch out for the upper control arm mine was rubbing on the inside of the tire. If I hadent caught it, it probably would have blown out. I just ground down the edge to fix it
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