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Old 07-20-2009, 11:44 PM
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im getting my new tires either this week or next,
depending on when the child support comes in, and

if i can fit the size i want with a tbar crank of 1.75" and 2" shackles

will that be able to fit 31X10.5"?
 
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you may have to trim some.
 
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even on stock rims?
 
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you need 2" of lift to clear 31's. you might get lucky and not have to trim, but chances are youll be trimming atleast a little bit.
 
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and how do you do that? well what about 2" in the front then and the 2" shackles i ordered??

does that work with no trimming? haha don't really wanna mess nothing up
 
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you can crank your tbars 2" but itll tear apart your cv's, i suggest either getting a 2" body lift or just cranking your tbars 1.5-1.75" and triming your front valance and the rear of your front fender. also keep in mind that any crank on your tbars will result in unwanted wear and tear in your front end.
 
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Old 07-21-2009, 12:02 AM
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also i have another question about how much would an alignment cost? i have no idea

bc im going to the goodyear place and they have in their ad that they have price match and the 31x10.5" are 130 at tirerack.com

and there the 235/75/15 are 126 or 8

and if i go ahead and do the shackles and tbar before ill save some trouble
 
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oh ok, well im replacing a bunch of the front steering and what not ina couple of weeks also

inner and outer tie rods, upper and lower ball joints, pitman and idler arm
 
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an alignment will be anywhere from $25-50.
 
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oh ok so not to much then? sweet, its a computerized alignment with 10$ off coupon, and my parents are paying 300$ of the total cost
 

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