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Old 10-29-2017, 11:39 AM
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I'm sorry for this because there is a sticky on how to fit tires, etc etc. However, it wasn't exactly answered in the sticky, so my question is, could you possibly have a 2.5" suspension lift, then a 2" body lift for 4.5" of lift and squeeze 32's under there with no or very little trimming? Thank you and I'm sorry again for yet another tire post.
 
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Yes, that would fit. Should not require trimming.
 
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I ran 265/70/17's on '02 Camaro SS rims (17x9 with 6.8" backspace) on my Blazer with minor fender trimming. That setup equals out to 32's. I had 4-4.5" of lift. The only place I could rub was the back of the front fender if I hit a really hard bump with the wheel turned. A little more aggressive trimming would have solved that, but it happened so infrequently and was such a minor rub that I didn't bother with it. As always, your mileage may vary.
 
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