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32's or 33's

so my friend can get me the tires i want cheap so its pry gunna happen alot sooner now. so im pretty set on bfg at's but can i fit 33's with no rub? well even 32's for that matter? i took out the factory blocks in the rear and now juss have 3'" blocks in the rear. tbars are normal. if i have to get a bl i will but wanna know if i have to. also with these bfg at's on a 2wd like what are my limitations? i dont do much offroading...mainly bc i dont have the tires....but like what all can you do?
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so my friend can get me the tires i want cheap so its pry gunna happen alot sooner now. so im pretty set on bfg at's but can i fit 33's with no rub? well even 32's for that matter? i took out the factory blocks in the rear and now juss have 3'" blocks in the rear. tbars are normal. if i have to get a bl i will but wanna know if i have to. also with these bfg at's on a 2wd like what are my limitations? i dont do much offroading...mainly bc i dont have the tires....but like what all can you do?
Your sig says you have 3" of lift now. you'll be able to clean 33's fine. You don't need a bl, but if you are willing to get one go ahead and get one and get 35's instead of 33's.
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He has an inch over factory in the rear and basically stock in the front.

I'm thinking 32x11.5 because of ride height and the fact the wear wouldn't be too great with a 33x12.5 on a 7 inch wide rim.
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ya i shud change it, *3 inch in the rear*. actually the tbars are up i LITTLE so it dont bow down soooo much
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He has an inch over factory in the rear and basically stock in the front.
correction i HAD 3 inch lift blocks + factory blocks

now its JUST 3 inch lift blocks



simply put for you tyler = AXLE ^ 3INCH BLOCK ^ LEAFS ^ PLATE THINGY ^ UBOLTS

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Well given that information, go with 32's.
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ok, but then with bl, whats the biggest
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correction i HAD 3 inch lift blocks + factory blocks

now its JUST 3 inch lift blocks



simply put for you tyler = AXLE ^ 3INCH BLOCK ^ LEAFS ^ PLATE THINGY ^ UBOLTS

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Well let's see. Let R=Ride Height. Factory 2wd Edge rear lift block is 2 inches. So you took that out. R-2. You kept the 3 inch block. (R-2) +3=R+1 right?

So now the ride height is one inch taller than factory in the rear.

And a slight torsion bar crank for maybe an inch in the front right?

And if you get a body lift, you could probably fit 35's but that'd be pushing it. 33's would be ideal.
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With maxed out t-bars and aal's and a 3" bl you could run 35's, but you'll rub a lot. I'd go with 33's.
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33's are the biggest. you can also run with a torsion bar crank and a shackle lift. or you can leave the suspension stock and just use a body lift. or do both and run 34's its all in what you want. just remember the bigger you go the more wear and tear it puts on your truck and it will show up later in its life
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Hokay Fanks!!
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