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post #1 of 7 Old 01-16-2011, 11:39 AM Thread Starter
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2.5/2 readylift

Im trying to decide which ready lift kit to go with, and I am just curious if I run the 2.5/2 kit will there be any rubbing issues with a 35x12.5 tire? Any response is appreciated. Just want to avoid any rubbing at all.. Thanks
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No I dont believe so. I just put on the 1.5" leveling kit on the front with the 2" block kit from them and the shop said I can clear 35x12.5 with no problem. The factory tires on the 20" wheels are almost 35" diameter to begin with, but only 10" wide

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Thanks for the info, I think I have decided to go with a 4" or 4.5" kit does any body have an opinion on Icon or bds? from what i have read icon sounds good but none of the local shops are a dealer for icon..
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Thanks for the info, I think I have decided to go with a 4" or 4.5" kit does any body have an opinion on Icon or bds? from what i have read icon sounds good but none of the local shops are a dealer for icon..
There both very nice kits... I just ordered a Icon stage 4 2.5 today..
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Icon all the way dude ! The 4.5'' is the best kit going for the 2011
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Thats what I am thinking.. does the the stage one kit (icon) have everything i would need? or is there parts i should add in? I just wish there was a dealer for icon where i live cause ill have to do the install myself!
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We can help you with the install by phone..we do it all the time..PM sent.

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