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Old 01-21-2012, 06:52 PM   #1
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3" spring lift

I am running 35s with s soa and 3" springs. I was wondering what the max tire i could run if i put axle back on top of springs and do tube fender kit on front and rear ? Any pics you might have? (Wife says its tooooooo tall)

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with tube fenders and cutting the back, should still fit 35's. might be cheaper to just put 0 lift springs on.

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I am running old 3" rough country springs with 2" shackles with 35s. I have plenty of clearance up front, which i think you would with tube fenders. You will definately need to trim the rear. I caved in the quarter panels a bit.
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Sorry. First time posting pics from my phone.
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