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Old 08-27-2013, 06:45 PM
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315 / 75 / 16 with a leveling kit only?

Will this work? Anyone have pics of this setup?
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I don't believe so, unless you trim and get some weird back-spacing for you wheels. If you look at more 4 in lift kits they says "max tire size--35x12.5 or a 315x75r typically a 35in tire... i know on most 05 and up a leveling kit will allow 35s though.

most 35's and 315/75r16 measure 34.6 inches tall take a tape measure and see. also rubbing might be an issue. and my 8in lift is being removed so when i get it back with the 4in and 35's i'll send ya pic shouldn't be more then couple days.
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They will fit fine just rub the fender liner at full lock unless you zip tie it back depending on what year truck

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They will fit fine just rub the fender liner at full lock unless you zip tie it back depending on what year truck

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This is correct. My truck is set up the same way, 315/75R16 on just a leveling kit. I rub on my leaf springs of course (2004) and it does rub on the plastic fender liner a little bit.
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Old 08-28-2013, 12:58 PM
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This is correct. My truck is set up the same way, 315/75R16 on just a leveling kit. I rub on my leaf springs of course (2004) and it does rub on the plastic fender liner a little bit.
Sweet. Mine's a 03. Got any pics of your rig you can post up?
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Old 08-28-2013, 04:16 PM
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I will snap a pic and post it up tomorrow. I do not have any on hand right now and I am at work
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Old 08-29-2013, 07:53 AM
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If you have V codes 35" will clear with a 3" hanger kit.

PM me if I can get you what's needed.
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Leveling Kit only, Tire size in Sig
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well my 04 with a 4in rough country bent a small corner of my drivers front fender on the rear going over big dip.... so i would get a 4 or 6in for 35's...

just happened the other day.
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