Re: Another tire clearance post
3in body would be the least you could clear 35s with lots of rub on the radius arms, 4in suspension would be pushing it but would definatley clear them with less driveshaft possible problems. 6in suspension is a sure shot of clearing 35s, but possible driveshaft angle problems. 3in body would only work for a poser truck that didnt see any real flexing or mud. 4in suspension would be good for a casual offroader that doesnt see too much flex. 6in suspension would be best for no rubing at full lock which would be lots of flex.
my sugestion would be 4in suspension if your going to take it offroad
6in suspension is not much more $$ but its the max suspension lift you would want to go without extended driveshafts