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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-20-2003, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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Will 31\'s look small with 6 inches of lift?

I'm getting close to going spring over and that will give me at leat 4 more inches of lift. I already have the shackle reversal which gives me about 2 inches. I got a tire and wheel deal I couldn't resist but I only went with 31's. Are they gonna look small? Should I have asked about some bigger ones?
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Re: Will 31\'s look small with 6 inches of lift?

Doesnt seem as bad as what mine looked like, I had SPOA, 3 inch body lift and one inch shackle lift and it looked fine, besides being skinny tires ( 31*10.5's on stock rims) it looked kinda sporty if you ask me...then I got 38.5's [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: Will 31\'s look small with 6 inches of lift?

depends on if your going for looks or performance?? and what kind of wheelin your gonna do we had one competetion where the guy with the smallest tires won it.....so i would say its up to you...... hope i helped in ANY way?? [img]images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]
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Re: Will 31\'s look small with 6 inches of lift?

I think it will look great.

I'm running 31's and I think I have about 6" of lift.

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Re: Will 31\'s look small with 6 inches of lift?

mine is sitting at 6 inches of lift and 31's and I think it looks really nice. one thing you will want to do is pound the rear seam on the front wheel well, it will rub on your tires when you are at full turn and hit a bump.

I will post some pictures a little later today what I am talking about.
my thumbnail picture is my rig, I will post a bigger picture later.
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Re: Will 31\'s look small with 6 inches of lift?

Yeah I already took care of the seams. I smashed them nice and flat! Yeah post a bigger pic later I wanna check it out. Thanks all!
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Re: Will 31\'s look small with 6 inches of lift?

Mine is 6" and 31s. See my sig link
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Re: Will 31\'s look small with 6 inches of lift?

my rig is about 1/2 lower than in these pictures. I took out the 1/2 lift shackles and went with stock length shackles.




so question, what back space rims are you going to be running?

mine are 2.5 inch back spaced 15x8 rims
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Re: Will 31\'s look small with 6 inches of lift?

Hi
Nice rig! were would I find a set of fender flares like you have on your rig
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Re: Will 31\'s look small with 6 inches of lift?

you'll start to want 33"s but it will look OK for now.
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