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Old 04-02-2009
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35's....

Everyone keeps asking for pics.... calm down people... here are the pics. lol

BTW: No.... they don't rub.





Yeah.... best flex I could find. lol



I know... I got to clean that wiring up.... BTW: lol



As stuffed as I could get it... it looks like the front is rubbing but it's not... I should have gotten a better pic so you could see it wasn't.... and yes, the mudflap is coming off soon. lol

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i want my rims to be black. and your flip off guy is crooked! and im still taller than you RIGHT NOW!
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what lift do you have on there i wanted to go with 32 or 33 but i don thave a lift on my 04 XLT 4x4
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hes 2wd spindles and body lift if i remember right
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what lift do you have on there i wanted to go with 32 or 33 but i don thave a lift on my 04 XLT 4x4
You dont need a lift. Just crank your t-bars and youll be fine as long as you're running the appropriate width tire. dont go out and buy like 14.50's get some 11.50's or 12.50's.
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Im still taller than you RIGHT NOW!
IDK what you're smoking but i want some of it. lol

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what lift do you have on there i wanted to go with 32 or 33 but i don thave a lift on my 04 XLT 4x4
I have 6" of lift... but I'm also 2WD... I would say you would need 4" lift to look like mine does now... with 35's of course....
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You dont need a lift. Just crank your t-bars and youll be fine as long as you're running the appropriate width tire. dont go out and buy like 14.50's get some 11.50's or 12.50's.
you don't need one but youll look like this


and your better off lifting your truck.
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you don't need one but youll look like this


and your better off lifting your truck.
Haha i was looking for that picture so i could post it lol.
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you don't need one but youll look like this


and your better off lifting your truck.


haha omg i fell on the floow laughing... yea thats too much tire i think mine is about perfect with 265/75/16. i think it might be too much with a 285/75 with is 32.6" tall and 11.5" wide

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looks good man
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you don't need one but youll look like this


and your better off lifting your truck.


this is my next mod








Not i cant believe that kid my tires rub on my sway bar at full lock and i have a 10.50 tire
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Not i cant believe that kid my tires rub on my sway bar at full lock and i have a 10.50 tire
That's because you have stock wheels.... the back spacing on mine set the tires out farther... that's why they don't rub.

BTW.... don't call me kid again... son.
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Looks good, about damn time you post some pics up...lol!!!
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looks good, but i'd rip my fenders and bedsides apart if my tires were that close. Betcha i could get them to RUB! lol

A stock truck will tuck way harder than what you had it. Get some articulation going and you'll see lol

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That's because you have stock wheels.... the back spacing on mine set the tires out farther... that's why they don't rub.

BTW.... don't call me kid again... son.
I think he was referrin to the guy w/ the 35's on the stock truck. But either way the 35s look good! I always love to see a 2wd rollin on 35s haha
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Needs moar catfish IMO.
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Tires looked stuffed.
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jeeze. i am curious to know what the biggest tire size is for a truck with no lift.
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BTW: I call BS on no rub...i had more tire clearence than you do when I was just bodylifted and 35's....and i rubbed.....
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BTW: I call BS on no rub...i had more tire clearence than you do when I was just bodylifted and 35's....and i rubbed.....
X2 i have nearly 7" of lift and i can get my 33's to rub if i flex it the right way off road.
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X3 my 33's with a b/l rubbed....and my 35's now in the rear rub.....not for long
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Needs moar catfish IMO.
I'll give you that one.... I nearly pissed myself laughing.
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I'll give you that one.... I nearly pissed myself laughing.
Hahahahaha, me too!
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I was looking into 35s with just my BL that I am installing here in the next week or so and I think after seeing this thread I will stick to the 33. I dont want to worry about rubbing and they will fill it out plenty for my taste

Your ride looks good though Dustin
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