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Old 03-30-2009, 08:25 PM
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2.5" lift on 37x13.5 r20s???

have the readylift 2.5" kit for the front and the 4" replacement blocks for the rear sitting in my livingroom, waiting to be installed.

i was originaly gunna run 35x12.5 r18 BFG m/t KM2s on my stock 18" wheels

well i found a great deal on a set of factory 20s on new 37x13.5 Kumho mudders

will i have any problems besides rubbing at full lock??

here is a pic of the wheels and tires, plan on picking them up 2morow
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Old 03-30-2009, 09:24 PM
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Ready lift says they will work on an 08+ dont know why it wont work on 07 and older? Different wheel wells? and I wish kumho would make that tire in 35x12.5x20!!!!!
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I had 37s on 22" wheels on my 06 with a 2.5 level kit and it looked amazing but i had to cut the pinch weld behind the plastic inner fender and resecure the inner fender back.Also will need to trim the bottom of the bumper but not to much.It is well worth it and loooooks sick!!!!Go for it!!!
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ready lift says that a 12.5" wide tire will work on the stock rim. you are going to have a good amount of rubbing on the inner fender well liner (and possibly the pinch weld), along with the radius arm with that setup.
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Radius arms will rub like hell.
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Old 03-31-2009, 05:25 PM
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i mite just go test fit them
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Do that and get back to us!
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you will deff. need to trim the bumper but idk what else you will have to trim.if i were you i would just go with the 35's
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its just hard to pass up the deal guys wants $1000.00 for the whole set
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They will fit with just a little bit of trimming and it will look awsome!!!!!!!
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