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35" tires?

Old 07-06-2011, 06:36 PM
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anyone know if i could run 35" tires if i do a 6" suspension lift, 2" body lift, 2" shackles in the rear and a 1.5" t-bar crank in the rear? if so how much trimming would i most likely be needing to do?
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There would probably still be some trimming left, but more importantly: You'd run the risk of breaking stuff all the time. You should've gotten a K5 if you want something that big, these small guys were not made that solid from the factory.

Could do a solid axle swap, though.
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solid axle swap for the win!!!
Old 07-12-2011, 10:20 AM
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you will have to do A LOT of trimming if you actually plan on wheeling it. I have the same setup you listed and my 33s rub. Also depending on the laws in your state it may be too high, I know here in MI the bottom of the bumper cant be more than 26in from the ground and that is exactly what mine is at.
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