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Old 11-24-2007, 07:54 PM
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Will they rub?

Hey guys sorry if im repeating a post but im buying new tires here in the next week or two. I already have a procomp leveling kit on the front. Truck specifics are in sig. Im looking at going with a 35x12.50r17. Will this work with out rubbing. I have a set of 17x8 mb racing wheels. Thanks for any help?
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Old 11-24-2007, 08:36 PM
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They will maybe rub a bit turning and compressing your suspension. My 35s used to rub the inner fender b4 the lift. My buddy had a procomp level and 35s and it didnt rub unless you compressed while turning
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Dont worrie about it. i run a leveling kit and 35's and it dosent rub. Only had it do it once and it was under compression at full lock.
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Old 11-24-2007, 10:16 PM
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my truck has a pro comp 4" with pro comp 35s I rub on the lower plastic piece on the bumper..i trimmed that down and no more rubbing there. However when i turn hard like into a parking space it rubs on the front springs a little bit, like right at that clamp/warp thing that holds the springs together.

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Old 11-25-2007, 06:36 AM
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Your rig has leafs, our rigs have coils. more room underthere with the coils
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Thanks guys for all the info. Mine is an 06 so its got the coils up front.
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Your rig has leafs, our rigs have coils. more room underthere with the coils
ohh wow my fault guys. I didnt even notice that. Yeah my dad's truck is an 05 with the coils. Such a nicer ride than my 03 for sure

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Yeah my buddy as the leaf spring front and there is a huge difference in the way they ride at least i think there is. Thanks for all the help guys. I think im going to go with the 35s in a hancook mt.
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