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Old 02-19-2010, 03:16 AM
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Time for new rubber.

I have a question for you guys running 35s with a leveling kit...

what do your front springs look like?

My truck has a leveling kit on it, but my springs have some pretty good negative arch going on. Its time for new tires, and a wild hair says 35s would be nice. Its got 305/70s right now and It looks like 35s would fit.... but im unsure.

I don't know what leveling kit it is, I bought it leveled. The wheels are 16x10 Eagle Alloys. (edit: I also still have the stock wheels in my garage)

Tires are going to be BFG A/Ts ..
Im thinking 315/75s or 35x12.5, any worries?

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Old 02-19-2010, 03:27 AM
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Based on your pic it looks tight up front. Might need some bumper trimming.
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35's will be tight i ran them with out anything before i got a four inch lift for a couple weeks. lost half my turning and that really sucks! even with four inch 35s are border line size especialy if you go wheelin!
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You can run them but triming and rubbing may be involved.
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thanks guys; appreciate it.
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