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Old 03-18-2007, 05:31 PM
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think i can run a 35X14.50 with 4" lift?

jsut as the title says i think i want to use Pit Bull 35X14.50X20 on a MT classic 2 20X10, and im wondering if you guys think i could run this combo with a 4" superlift with rear blocks.

i dont want it to just not rub on the street, but it wil be 4 wheeled pretty good aswell. not alot of like rock climbing, or anything, but just mud, and trails, and stuff. so it may bottom out some, but most of the time the wheels would be strait anyway.
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Old 03-18-2007, 05:38 PM
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i bet you can stuff em but a little rub on sharp turns, thats a wide tire
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This isn't exactly what you asked but maybe it will help some....

I have a 5' lift and run 35x13.50's with no problems or rubbing, so far.


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a 4" lift is supposed to clear 35X13.50's without rub, and i know people running them without lift, and no rubbing.
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