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34" Tires on '07 Level II?

I am getting 4" Superlift and want 34's. Either 305/70r17 Goodyear MTR's, 34x12.50 Interco TrXus MT's or 285/75r17 Toyo MT's. Im thinking about putting on a 1" Body Lift also to clear them. Anybody think they will fit? I have seen a pic with 4" SL and 1" BL with 35's but they looked like they would have to rub.
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33s fit stock with rubbing at full lock so youll be fine with 34s and the lift
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oOh the level 2 it has flares.....you will be tight with 34" tires......I would Sri k with 33's unless you get a 3" body lift also....
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If you are going to go to the trouble of a Bl, might as well go with a 3", you'll want to go higher eventually, and just throw some 35's on there.
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if it wasn't an 07 i would say you can do what im about to do, pull the fenders, bed and no body lift, then build a flatbed :D

im with the crowd that says, if your gonna do a BL then go with a 3" sure you have to extend a few things but that takes all of 5 minutes
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I think that 3" BL's look like *** in my opinion...shows to much frame,spare tire, etc.
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Then you haven't seen one done properly.
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Then you haven't seen one done properly.

You can get gap guards, move the hitch up so the spare tires isn't seen etc. they look good when done well.
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heres my 06 w/ superlift, 3bl and 35s.. i dont think it looks like *** but just my opinion
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The things I would do to that truck...
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The things I would do to that truck...
are illegal in all 50 states...
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but not Mexico
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but not Mexico
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All you 1" haters....






Yea, it's alot of effort for just 1 inch......just it serves it purpose for me.
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ahh that truck is beautiful
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man... that truck reminds me of megan fox.... SSSSMOKIN HOTT!!!
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heres my 06 w/ superlift, 3bl and 35s.. i dont think it looks like *** but just my opinion



where's the write up on those tires?
i wanna know how they perform, how they take the abuse!!


if you dont wanna toss your truck around i'll be more than glad to test em out
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Damn!!! Now you got me rethinking my idea...If I go with 35's I will definitely have to regear...$$$
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could always get fibgerglass fenders to clear some tires... :)
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Yea, it's alot of effort for just 1 inch......just it serves it purpose for me.
thats what you told her bahaha

sorry i had to.

but really. i have 305/70-17 MTRs with a 3 inch spidle lift with out any problems.
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Man i swear absolutely NO rain, all i have so far is theyre great in sand and hwy pretty quiet
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Damn!!! Now you got me rethinking my idea...If I go with 35's I will definitely have to regear...$$$
and your not going to have to regear for one inch smaller?



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Man i swear absolutely NO rain, all i have so far is theyre great in sand and hwy pretty quiet

im more interested in rocks and dirt trails but i do wanna go play in the sand though

come on up to colorado/wyoming we can test dirt, mud, rocks, snow

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and your not going to have to regear for one inch smaller?






im more interested in rocks and dirt trails but i do wanna go play in the sand though

come on up to colorado/wyoming we can test dirt, mud, rocks, snow

No rocks for me
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we're making a run on the 26th, probably gonna be a winch fest.. you down? haha

you can crash my place we can put your tires on my truck and take it then
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I think that 3" BL's look like *** in my opinion...shows to much frame,spare tire, etc.
just to bring this back, yes body lifts look like *** on chevy's because a chevy shows more frame stock then a ranger with a body lift.

The ranger is the best looking vehicle with a body lift cause if done right by fixing the hitch and bringing the bumpers up and everything you can't even tell.
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