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32s with lift pics

i want to see pics of trucks running 32 inch tires with a body lift. im considering doing this to my truck? would it look ok?
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that or 3" body and 33s is probably the most common lift on the site

and ^^his truck is an exception, it sits really low because of that bumper.. when i had a BL and 285s ~ 32.8 i sat a few inches over him
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so running 285s and a 3 inch bl will look ok? i think that when i put my wheels on they are gonna be close to rubbing. and if i wanna go back to the pit thats on my property i think it would rub even with a t bar crank. 3 inches i think would look good on it and give me more room for my tires to clear if i need to go over fallen tree limbs.
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so running 285s and a 3 inch bl will look ok? i think that when i put my wheels on they are gonna be close to rubbing. and if i wanna go back to the pit thats on my property i think it would rub even with a t bar crank. 3 inches i think would look good on it and give me more room for my tires to clear if i need to go over fallen tree limbs.
is yours 4x4? if so you can fit those stock....
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yes its 4x4. would it look wierd lifted?
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^looking at that pic, between the skid plate, black bumper and winch i think it looks 100x better
but thats just me
i dont have many of my truck just sitting in a parking lot or in grass lol
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so running 285s and a 3 inch bl will look ok? i think that when i put my wheels on they are gonna be close to rubbing. and if i wanna go back to the pit thats on my property i think it would rub even with a t bar crank. 3 inches i think would look good on it and give me more room for my tires to clear if i need to go over fallen tree limbs.
if you throw 285/75s on stock wheels they will rub at full lock on the sway bar.. and when you tuck them they will rub too, trim the bed side or you'll take chunks outa the drive side rear tire
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ok first nice truck... second dont take this wrong.. its has a body lift i can tell but man it doesnt look like it LOL.. man it looks low idk why... guess i am used to seeing grants all the time, yours seems stock hight





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thats the hight of body lifted trucks i am used too
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yes its 4x4. would it look wierd lifted?
not really no but i would personally rather get 33's and 15's then spend a good chunk of change getting 285... there usually more expansive depending on the brand..
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will my truck look like that if i did a 3 inch bl with my 285/55/20s?
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ive already got my rims and tires, paid 1200 for them. the bfgs that are on them are worth 326 apiece. the tires only have 1000 miles on them.
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I'm running 32's under mine with no BL and I clear just fine, minor rub in the rear wheel wells when i'm stuffing them.

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oh ya your the 20's guy i remember now.. lol.. they will be fine...
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ok first nice truck... second dont take this wrong.. its has a body lift i can tell but man it doesnt look like it LOL.. man it looks low idk why... guess i am used to seeing grants all the time, yours seems stock hight
I know, the bumper doesn't help very much haha, that is why I'm hoping after I get #1 t-bars it will give me my inch to inch and a half back.

just for kicks my truck with 285s, cant tell much difference
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if you throw 285/75s on stock wheels they will rub at full lock on the sway bar.. and when you tuck them they will rub too, trim the bed side or you'll take chunks outa the drive side rear tire
mine are 285/55/20s will they do that on my tires or what? im confused. some people say they will fit and others say that ill take chunks out of my tires.
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I know, the bumper doesn't help very much haha, that is why I'm hoping after I get #1 t-bars it will give me my inch to inch and a half back.

just for kicks my truck with 285s, cant tell much difference
ITS CLEAN-ish... must have been right after you got it?
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haha yeah, i was going to say.

his bumper doesn't help, it's probably heavy as hell.

beat me too it tho.
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mine are 285/55/20s will they do that on my tires or what? im confused. some people say they will fit and others say that ill take chunks out of my tires.
hard to say, i dont know the offset on those wheels i told you that in the PM
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so guys, 33x12.50x15 tires will NOT rub on a 4x4 with a 3" BL correct?
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the wheels are 5 inch backspacing. i have to run 1.25 inch adapters for them. the offset is rear wheel drive.
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ITS CLEAN-ish... must have been right after you got it?
nah it was raining, so it was just wet. Kind of an illusion haha
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the wheels are 5 inch backspacing. i have to run 1.25 inch adapters for them. the offset is rear wheel drive.
ok so thats 4.75bs.... mind you stock wheels are 4.5 so yes you might have some issue... probably be better with 1.5" adapters
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so guys, 33x12.50x15 tires will NOT rub on a 4x4 with a 3" BL correct?
what wheels and BS...

torsion bar crank will be recommened..
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