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35x12.50 body and suspension lift

Hey guys, I've been searching the forums, but haven't found anyone running a 3inch body lift, maxxed out t-bars and two inch lift blocks in the rear. I'm wondering if my 35's I got ordered will fit with just some minor trimming. It's an 03 edge 4x4 with crager soft 8's with 4 inch backspace. And its a street queen too, it wont see any wheeling. Thanks in advance, Jon.
Edit: if it makes a difference the tires I got coming are Cooper stt 35x12.50 r15
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Yah. And yah that's a very commonly asked question lol.
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I know that's asked alot, but couldn't find anything other than will it fit with just one or the other. Not such a small double lift. Thanks alot
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I have a stepside and fit em with just a body lift. Nothin else.


And tbar cranking isn't at all a double lift. It's just a body lift + tbar crank.
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Well what I was getting at for double lift part is I'm also using lift blocks on the rear. My front end sits and inch and a half higher than the rear after torsion keys and close to maxxed out.
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you gonna stack lift blocks on top of your stock anvils? i would get some lift shackles instead.
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No, there is goin to be one 4 inch block back there instead of the factory block stacked.
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they'll fit with a BL with JUST torsion bars cranked.

thats how im runnin now. and i can wheel it.
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Thanks guys.
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