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post #1 of 59 Old 01-19-2009, 02:20 PM Thread Starter
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4" lift on 37's

If I was to run a 4" lift on 37's what rim width and backspacing would I need. I want to run a 20" wheel. Also what is the best 4" lift kit?

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Do you have cutouts? I cant see.


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No those are just fender flares. That is my old truck.

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I don't think on a leaf sprung truck it would work without some wild offset to keep from rubbing against the leafs when u turn. I am sure someone on here though has either tried or is running the setup so here is a free

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Are we talking about a 2008 or the truck in your sig

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9-10" wide wheels
5.5"-4.5" Back Space (preferably 5.5 as it clears the bumper and fender better).


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I sold my 2000 and I am getting a 2008 sorry for the confusion.

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No problem, then go with what DC recomended i have heard nothing but good things about icon

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If I ran a 20x9 BMF Novakane wheel with 5" b.s. would I have a problem with rubbing?

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I am looking at 22 x 11" wheels with 5" of backspacing on a 6" lift with 37" tires... I am wondering if that will rub? Because I can also get 5.5" backspacing
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