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hey everyone im looking to put a 3in bl on the truck and i dont think ill have the money to get the lift and the tires at the same time so im wondering if anyone has a bl and running stockers or a pic of what it looks like to see if i should wait or do one step at a time. so if you got a pic let me see those sexy rangers
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that was my 2wd with a body lift and stock lift blocks on the rear axle
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I say wait until you can afford tires and the lift.
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Just wait and do both at the same time
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Its gonna look silly for a while, stock tires will look really skinny and narrow. Depends how long it will be until you get new rims/tires. I say wait til you have both then install them at the same time. I have a pic in my body lift PITA thread but i'm my phone and too lazy to try and get the img code
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I think I'm gunna do one at a time cuz it will be this summer for the body lift and then next summer for the wheels and tires so one year I don't think it will be bad
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Lifted trucks and stock tires = ghey. Just keep that in mind.

Unless of course its only going to be a few weeks before you get the tires. But a whole year? f that
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just throw biggest tires you can stuff on there now first... then do ur body lift it will look way better trust me thats what i did. i threw 32's on my truck stock, and even with the body lift the 32s still looked awesome not too small and close enough to 33's
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i had 33s with no lift....
4 inch backspacing on 15x8 with 33x12.5

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3" BL with stock rims, 31" tires? I have 31's now with stock suspension, t-bars cranked (4x4) and I'm about to do a BL.

I'm with you, I can't afford both at the same time. What size tire you got now?
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