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Old 02-04-2010, 02:54 PM
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Can you run 39s with a 8 inch lift without scrubbing?

I know 38s will work but how bout 39s. Anybody running that set up with an 8 inch lift. Thanks
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it's possible but you'll have to trim the lower valance of the bumper, pull the inner fenders back, and also depends on the offset of the wheels.

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A friend of mine had 39/15/16.5 mickey thompson baja belted on a weld 16.5x12 wheel and they didn't rub at all............ the truck had a skyjacker 8in lift
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The magazine truck ultimate super duty was running 46" or 54" michilens with 8"-9" of lift and fender trimming...
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i take it they used cut out flares?????? i got a 10" on mine and i can rube 40x15.50 with pocket flares with only rubbing on the front leafs, my old 7.3 had 40" tsl's on 8.5" lift only rubbing on the leafs so you should be good to go
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A friend of mine had 39/15/16.5 mickey thompson baja belted on a weld 16.5x12 wheel and they didn't rub at all............ the truck had a skyjacker 8in lift
I find this hard to believe. I had a skyjacker 8in on my old v-10. with 38x16x16.5 with a 16.5x12 and my tires rubbed. I dropped down in a ditch one day, and it dented my lower fender up. I think 39's on 8in is pushing it, but could be done with fender modifications
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