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Old 07-08-2012, 04:30 AM
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9 inch lift

Does anyone have pictures of their (or any) 1/2 tons with a 9 inch lift and 35s or 36s? Im torn between a 6 and 9.
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That is a really tall lift for only 36s. I ran mine on a 3" lift with plenty of room to spare. I would say go with the 6" lift. It will be plenty.
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Old 07-08-2012, 09:48 AM
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35/36's are a good choice for a 4'' lift, and the cheapest route... think more lkie 40's on a 9" lift.
the higher you go the further its gunna eat into your pocket...
what are you wantin to do w/ the truck to go soooo high?
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we're all susceptible to zombie attacks. Which would you rather be in, a flower power Yaris, or a rip snorting dentside?
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The black short box in my profile gallery has 8 inch lift & 36 inch swampers on it & it needs bigger tires! Of would clear 40s easy and look much better
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6" suspension lift, 35" x 16.5 wide boggers. No way I'd want a 9" lift for these tires! I don't think I'd have been happy with a 4" lift though. I don't think the wide boggers would fit with a 4" lift without fender trimming, they would rub when articulating.
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i forgot about wide tires. kinda single track mind, mud!!! but yah a 6 "would probly be needed for wide 35/36's
and 9" for some 40's
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