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Old 06-06-2010
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hey guys and gals,

I have a 03 xlt supercab 2wd.

I was wanting to know if I were to get the fabtech ultimate lift kit (5.5") and do a body lift (3") what size tires would be recommended? The tires im looking at are nitto mud grapplers and the wheels I am wanting are 20" kmc rockstars in black. I want to know the biggest tires i can run ( height and width) and the biggest wheels i can run (again height and width).

I am open to suggestions and am not to sure if this is going to be the set up i end up choosing so please rain in any knowledge or just your 2 cents.

thanks guys
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you can run 31's with just a bodylift 33's with bodylift and 3" lift spindles and im guessing with the bodylift,3" lift spindles and the 2.5 uca lift you should be able to run 35's as far as hieght however tire and rim width and rim backspacing are going to play a big roll in it as well you will also need to regear the axle to run 35's
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Old 06-07-2010
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so i should be fine with 33's and should probable stay away from 35's?

any recommendations for rim width and backspacing?
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