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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-13-2005, 08:36 PM
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More Tbar debate...Rough Country 4\" worth it?

I have a 91 k1500 and have a hard time justifying the bucks to lift it the right way (4-6" rancho/skyJacker ect.). I'm also aware of the problems by cranking the T-bars to the max.

Is it cool to crank them slightly to get 285x16's on it? Will the 285's fit with stock suspension setup?
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If I do get crazy, is the Rough Country 4" lift worth it?
It is a lot cheaper than all of the others.

Any info will help.
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Re: More Tbar debate...Rough Country 4\" worth it?

Yes, the Rough Country 4" is worth it. But remember, the Rough Country 6" kit is only $50-100 more than the 4", so you'd might as well do that one. They are kinda hard to install, but once they're in, good kits.
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Re: More Tbar debate...Rough Country 4\" worth it?

285s will fit on stock wheels with no lift easy. if you dont crank the bars youl get some rubbing here and there. if you crank the bars 1" youl get some acasional rubbing but not as much.

either way works and doesnt hurt the truck. just keep the cranking to a minumum and youl be fine. never crank over 1.5"s

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 06-15-2005, 10:47 PM
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Re: More Tbar debate...Rough Country 4\" worth it?

Cool,
Thanks for all the info, it helps a lot.
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