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Old 05-31-2015, 06:43 PM   #1
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Planning to install a Rough Country lift kit on my 2010 XLT 4.6L 4x4 SuperCrew Cab. Here is what I plan to go with:

Rough Country 4" Suspension Lift Kit
Wheels: Fuel Hostage 18x9 on 6x135 and 6x5.5, BS: 4.50, OS: -12, Matte Black
Tires: Nitto Grappler G2s 35x12.50R18LT

This will be my first lift and am somewhat new to the aftermarket world but definitely have use for the added clearance and performance.

I have read different things and there are minor discrepancies with regard to compatibility and such. Is there anything glaringly wrong from what I plan to do that anyone thinks should be changed. i.e.. major wheel rub with the 35s under the 4 in. RC lift? Issue with the -12 offset?

Please let me know. Any input would be much appreciated.
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Two months ago I had the 6" Rough Country installed on my truck. Fuel wheels with 5.5" backspacing. Same tire as you and I'm glad I went with the 6". At full lock when you hit a rut or deep drain gutter mine will rub if going over 5 mph. One reason is the tires are actually 13.5 wide. They measure bigger than what is stated.
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