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Old 05-25-2011, 02:46 PM
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so ive been wanting to do this for a few years, just needed a diesel and an 8 lug first, but about how much lift does one need to run semi tires and wheels? mine is 2wd but i could easily change that and put leafs and axle on it, i just wanted to know how much higher the truck has to be to clear them, and i dont want to use the dually version ive seen cement truck rolling around with 20+ inch alcoas that look similar to my factory rims with big floaty tires on it. what is needed to acheive this though on my truck, currently it is factory btw
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Old 05-27-2011, 08:25 AM
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you talkin aboot super singles
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i was thinking about super singles for my OBS, but i decided to go with 20x10's on 35's when i get new kicks.
its also quiet pricey to switch over.

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Exactly what I wanna do with my extended cab, semi tires last so long and the load rate is huge, I want that truck, atleast its wheels. About how much lift would I need to put those on my truck
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Old 05-30-2011, 09:37 PM
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since its 2wd i'd lower it.
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only if i can find a crew cab 4x4 will i lower it
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anybody know about how much lift i would need to accomplish this? and im doing a sas and getting another truck to do this on anyway, so i mite lower my ext cab unless i can sell it
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bump..... i wanna know too... i see a set of 6 22.5" wheels, 4 aluminum, 2 steel, 10 lug wheels with tires for $700 and i need $600 worth of rear tires anyway.
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I love the stance of this truck. It looks pretty damn good coming at ya, then when he gets on it and the 7.3 roars through the hood stack, well, its just awesome.
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i was thinking about super singles for my OBS, but i decided to go with 20x10's on 35's when i get new kicks.
its also quiet pricey to switch over.

this... i want... if i cant get a dually, i want this set up. whats the specs?
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