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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-03-2009, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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4 or 6 inch lift with 35's?

Hey im about to order a lift wheels and tires and am trying to figure out whether to go with a 6 inch or 4 inch lift with 35 TOYO MT's. I do tow a gooseneck trailer so i dont want to go to high and risk damaging my bed with the trailer. Some pics if you have them would be very helpful. thanks

Also, if yall have any suggestions on what brand of lift i should go with let me hear em.

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Re: 4 or 6 inch lift with 35's?

I would go with the 4 inch

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Re: 4 or 6 inch lift with 35's?

4" lift for 35's will fit fine. some people just run a leveling kit with 35's. I think the 4" is good, leaves good clearence but not funny looking like a 6" would w/ 35's. But thats just my opinion...

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Re: 4 or 6 inch lift with 35's?

thats kind of what i was thinking, i had a 4 inch with 37's on my last truck before i sold it so ill probably go with a 4 inch again, just thought id get yalls opinion first. Any lift brand suggestions? i was thinking of going pro comp because its a good price for a fairly well rounded lift kit.

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Re: 4 or 6 inch lift with 35's?

pro comp seems descent. I would just get rear springs with whatever kit you get instead of a bigger block or stacking blocks...

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Re: 4 or 6 inch lift with 35's?

4" and 35s work great.

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Re: 4 or 6 inch lift with 35's?

I like the 4in and 35's.

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Re: 4 or 6 inch lift with 35's?

I would go w/ the procomp 4in.$750 brand new is what I paid for mine with better shocks then what the bds kit has. Got mine from topguncustomz.com

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Re: 4 or 6 inch lift with 35's?

i had 4" with 35's and then went to 8 with 37's and i can still tow a gooseneck with 8" lift and 37" tires but it worked really good when i had 4" and 35's and it looked good too

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Re: 4 or 6 inch lift with 35's?

4" with 35's would be more than enough. Im only running 2.5" in front and 3" in back with 35's

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