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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-28-2010, 03:19 PM Thread Starter
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35's will very little lift

Can i put 35's on a dually with little modification???

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Re: 35's will very little lift

Well mine isn't a dually but Ive got about 3 inch's of lift and my 35's fit fine with no rubbing....

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Re: 35's will very little lift

i see a leveling kit (2.5" front coil spacer) as minimal modification. My truck is a crew cab short bed, but it's been on 35s for it's whole life.


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Re: 35's will very little lift

leveling kit in the front and probably a rim spacer in the rear

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Re: 35's will very little lift

you guys think it would look ugly??

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you guys think it would look ugly??
Theres a lot of guys running 35's and 37's round here but they've all got at least 6". Break out the hot knife!

Doesn't roll with anyone or tag along to be cool...
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Hot knife?

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Hot knife?
Trim the inner fender well.

You may also look into 255/85R16 so they won't be so wide...

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Re: 35's will very little lift

I don't have a dually but I run 35's with no lift leveling kit, etc. They are 315s/12.5 wide
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Sawzall, jigsaw. Fine tooth blade and ductape and no one will know.

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