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2008 FX4.. another how to clear 35's thread

Got me a 2008 fx4, body lift, and prekeys up front, belltech 6400 shackles in the rear, just curious if i can clear 35s by maxing out my torsion bars, i know the rear will fit no problem, just worried bout the front.

anybody with pics of this setup?
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they fit just fine, and I dont rub at all

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o yea! i forgot about your truck, what are you runnign as far as a lift again?
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yesss

they fit just fine, and I dont rub at all


Looks AWESOME!!!
What rims are you running??
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this totally depends on your tire selection. my 05 has shackles, torsions almost maxxed and 3" body and my rear tires still catch my fenders. i only have 33s
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Sorry to hijack the thread but how much rubbing will there be under normal driving (mostly highway) on a 35 inch tire on an 03 4x4 Ranger Edge without cranking the tbar (just have a 3in BL)? I am really wanting to go with 20s on a 35 inch tire. The only off-road I see is the beach.

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i think you will rub a lot when you turn
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Sorry to hijack the thread but how much rubbing will there be under normal driving (mostly highway) on a 35 inch tire on an 03 4x4 Ranger Edge without cranking the tbar (just have a 3in BL)? I am really wanting to go with 20s on a 35 inch tire. The only off-road I see is the beach.

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you can try it, you will rub tho. you may have to trim the bumper up a bit as well
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