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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-08-2005, 10:25 PM
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does it fit

can i fit 35's with a 4 inch tuff country lift with good wheel travel(by wheel travel i mean will my tires bit my fenders to much,or should i go with a 6 inch lift, i wanna do a shackle flip in the rear and do 4in. front springs or 6in.with 2 inch rear springs,what du u guys suggest, i have an '81 gmc long bed 1/2 ton 4x4, will i have to cut my fenders much. any help with bee greatly apreciated.
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Re: does it fit

It should be fine, but depending on what kind of wheelin' you're into, you might have to nip some off the front and rear of the wheel well openings. Also, you could do a 1"-2" body lift, and then they should clear no problem.
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Re: does it fit

i like manly trails and driving over rocks on the trail not hrdcore rock crawling, and no body lifts for me, i dont think body lifts are a good idea at all
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If you have really good wheel travel, then you may get some slight rubs, & need to trim, but most likely it will be fine. It's m ostly going to depend on your springs "spring rate" and amount of shock travel. I would say that of you have to trim, it will be monor trimming.
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With the ez rides your gonna have to trim. the spring rates are real soft. what you can do to gain a real easy 1" of clearance is offroad design add a leaves. 1" of height gained and no spring rate added. it should do the trick.
These are not blocks, they are completly safe for use in the front.
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