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What would you guys do?!?

Okey heres the situation. I have a stock suspension 03-04 king ranch 350 srw. I just had a elite turbo and sct installed. Have cold air intake, 4"exhaust.

Well the other day i scored a new set of pro comp Extreme mud terrains and a set of 16x10 MT classic2's for 600.00. Great deal for me. Well i dont do any wheeling in my rig cept for beach, highway, maybe a tractor pull or 2 one day. Im thinking of offing the tires and maybe rims because when i bought them i thought they were 16x8's. o well. Should i keep with the 35's and 16x10's and get some DC fun country 2's,

Im kinda on the fence about going to 305's with 8" wheels, keeping the 10's and going with a wide 33, keeping with 35's and getting a 3.5-4" lift. Which brings me to last question. Which lift do most of you suggest for 3.5-4". Im really looking at the Cage lift hard. Either cage, rough country, or something of the sorts. Sorry for so many varibiles guys lol but its about crunch time and i gotta figure out what to sell or keep.

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I wouldn't suggest 35's it will kill your mpg if you're worried about that. Also, if you go over 4" you gotta get a new pitman arm and trac bar or trac bar relocation mount. If you do the donahoe 3" shackle/hanger set up you should sit even and 33's shouldn't be bad on mpg's. They come stock on some trucks I think. I thought 305 was 33" tire and 325 was a 35" tire????

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I have 315/75 16's on a 16X8 rim and they are perfect. Measure up to a 35" tire! I love the looks of 'em.


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