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Old 09-20-2008
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Yeah.. from above with "body roll";

If you actually do the math and increase the tires with a 10 inch rim and 33's.. your actually descresing body roll by a long shot.. as with a full suspension lift, ALL the weight is moving upwards 4-5".. as opposed to a body lift, where you might have abot 700-800 lbs (including driver weight) moving up 3" off the frame.. get wider bigger tires, and you are actually planted firmer on the ground with one, then with the restriction of tire size without having one (having a 12.5 tire compared to a 10.5 or 11.5 (if you dont want to rub)).


Anywho.. yeah, Im just blabbering
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