if you dont wheel/offroad it, then you need a minimum 2" budget boost...if you wheel it, then you should do a 3" suspension lift and 1" body lift...you'll also need to adjust your steering stops in order not to rub when you turn if you've got stock wheels. You could also run a 1" spacer on the stock rims. If the rims arent stock, then you should be ok with the backspacing.
You'll be fine with gearing so a regear wouldnt be "necessary"...would just make it a bit nicer to restore some of the acceleration youre gonna lose.
You're already lifted for 33's so you'll be fine with the height...just depends on what you've got for rims. If they're stock, you'll need spacers on the steering stops...a 1" wheel spacer...or new rims with proper backspace
I went online and ordered 4, black rock steelies? 16x8. 3.75? Back spacing $75 per rim. And ordered treadwright 285x75x16s? At like $140 a tire. Was cheaper all together then a set of BFG all terrains. With that backspacing I also don't really rub on hard turns.
you WILL need to regear to at least a 4.10. I have shitty acceleration and don't ever see 5th gear. I'm going 4.56's
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