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Old 09-21-2008, 09:49 AM
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375/50/18's how much lift is needed

I just came across a deal on a set of 375/50/18's (33-15.50-18) tires and wheels and need to know how much lift I need to make them clear. I like the way they look with just the level kit on front and I have 2 added springs in rear which lifted the truck approx. 4" in back.(Nice rake) But it rubbs hard in front. I do use the truck for sled pulling so don't want to go any taller than needed due to drive line angles.
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Wow, those are wide!

What's the BS'ing on those suckers?

Without going too high, you may need some fender trimming if that's what's rubbing.
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