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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-10-2010, 05:38 PM Thread Starter
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35" on a 4" lift?

Anyone see a problem with running 35's on a 4" lift? I have 33's now and think I can run the 35;s. thanks.
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on your _______ ?

I ran 35's on my full size cherokee with 4" lift and cut fenders. only slight rub at front of the rear wheel wells while twisted and accelerating at the same time.

with 33's/ slight trimming


with 35's/ more cutting
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It veries from truck to truck since springs have settled different. You can clear 35 easy with 4" lift but if you wheel the truck you might rub the fender. A lot of times for street driving you can fit 33s with no lift and little rubbing.
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I have 35s on my 96 2500 chevy with a 4" rancho suspension lift....no rubbin
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