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anyone know if 6 inch lift will clear 38's?

anyone know if 6 inch lift will clear 38's?
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what body style?? fill out yer sig so we know what ya gots. one member has a obs with 3 inch lift with 37s, another has a obs that had 38s with no lift

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Hell, with cutouts you can get 40's with no lift!
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I have an 8" lift with 38's and it will occasionally rub.

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I have a 07 f250 with 8 and 38s and i rub a lil at full lock when i hit a bump. I was told it all depends on the back spacing on the wheels. i have jesse james with i think -44 they stick out pretty good. So i think that u def need a 8 inch. I baught a 6 inch fatech lift at first then wanted bigger so put 8 inch coils and add a leafs and f 350 blocks in the rear.
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Well got them anyway and the fit . rub alittle when truck is flexed out but not bad.
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I have a 06 with a 6" pro comp lift and 20" rims/37"x13.5" toyo mt's and they rub at full turn.

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6in 37's also rub at full turn.

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