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Do I need a raise?

hello,
this is my first post. I'm looking at getting these wheels. I have an 03 XLT 4x2. Do I need to raise it up for clearance? It's a 15' wheel that comes on the new FXII.

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Welcome to the site. If you are keeping the stock tire size, you will not need to lift the truck any.
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but if you want a lift...i have a 3" spindle lift sitting in my garage...free plug....sweeeet
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If you've got 15" wheels already, you won't have to do a thing but swap the old tires onto the new wheels. If you've got different size wheels (14s, 16s, etc). then you'll have to get yourself some new tires to go with. Depending on what size tire you want to go with, you may or may not have to lift it any.
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