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post #1 of 19 Old 08-29-2007, 05:23 PM Thread Starter
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Suspension lift for my 02 dually

I am looking to get a lift for my 02 Dually and would like to run 35" tires... what would be a good lift to get? Anything to stay away fom?

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is your truck raked towards the front? cause you might be able to just put a leveling kit on the front and run some 315 70 which equal to 34.5" tall.... or if you want to go with a full lift you can go with a 6" susp lift and easily run 35" tires... you might have to run some spacers in the rear though to fit them nicely... fabtech, pro comp, superlift, skyjacker are all good brands.... let me kno w if you have any other questions

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so if I run a leveling kit I can run a a 34.5" tire? Can I run an All-terrain tire? If so what tire is good?

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what is a good leveling kit?

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I had a Donahoe Racing 4.5" spring perch and shackle lift on my 02 dually. block in rear. ran 245/70-19.5 with lots of room. 35's should fit fine. It basically makes it just as high as a 05 and up SRW 350 with a leveling kit.


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i ran bfg all terrain before my current setup and i put 70k miles on them before i needed new tires.... you can run an add a leaf up front to get you an extra 2"... Logan installed an add a leaf on his dually you might want to ask him how it went...this is what you can install up front
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Donahoe all the way. All other companies are junk in my opinion.
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