Re: 6\" or 4\" with 35\" tires?
Depends. with a 4" on my 81 with 35 12.50 BFG Muds, I tore the crap out of the outboard lugs while wheeling one day, and this was with the rear of the front fenders trimmed back about an inch. When the wheel is turned and the spring compresses, the tires moves towards the rear of the truck, and can contact the fender (even with extended bump stops installed). I wound up putting a 1" body lift, and trimming more metal as close to the fender support as I could get. A planned 6" in the beginning would have avoided all that extra work there. Oh well, live and learn. Sorry for the long winded post, Just hate to see you repeat my mistake.
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