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Old 03-16-2011, 06:12 PM
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How big can I go on Tires on a 4 Inch Lift

I got a 4 inch lift, and sense I put on Flares the Tires just dont look right. So I need to know how big I can go on the Tires....right now there is 35 inch's on there.
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37x12.50 on 18 inch rims would be just right!!
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Old 03-16-2011, 06:58 PM
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cool thanks any ideas on which kind ?
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What's wrong with 35" tires? What exact size do you have? Can you share any more pics with us? My wife has been looking at 35" tires. I'd hate to spend that kind of money and find out they're too small.
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cool thanks any ideas on which kind ?
Pro Comp Extreme AT. BFG AT's or muds, Toyo, Goodyears, it depends on what ya! gonna do! As far as wheels buy forged of your choice, there stronger and more rounder.
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I love my Kumho's, not sure if they make the right size for you though.
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Oh there is nothing wrong with the 35 's that are on there now, they just look too small sense I put Fender Flares on there.

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Old 03-17-2011, 05:32 AM
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Ops I guess I should have put this under the reg Forum, if the Mods want to move this for me
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You will rub with 37's. I have a 6" and rub my 37's off road.
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Uhg not what I wanted to hear...
I had to cut out some with my 35's ..
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The problem appears to be the leaf springs, this is where I normally find rubbing. This can be taken care of by changing the offsett on the rims.
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We are looking into adding another spring.

those 35's just dont look right hahah
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I have 35s .... no lift but I have the Bushwhacker cut outs... I get some rubbing when I turn full lock... Spacers!
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yup same here,,, maybe I will to just try 37's maybe I get LUCKY haha
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I would go with a 36" and maybe just a tad wider
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