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post #1 of 7 Old 12-04-2011, 06:30 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for a measurement

I have what I believe is a 4" lift but I can't tell what brand. My friend thinks I have a 6" because his is on 37s and we are the same height (according to him). Does anyone have a measurement from the top of front tire to the fender?

I would like to run 37s and I don't think they will fit from the searches I have found based on the 4" lift and I think the 35s look too small.
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Sorry I need the measurement of trucks with 4 and 6" lifts as well as 35s. I am trying to determine what lift I have. My tires are 35X12.50 Toyos open country on 20X10 Sandstorms -25 offset so I don't think 37s will really work with only 4".

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Your truck looks to be a 6" lift, I am running 35's and have a 5" lift.
Yours looks a little taller, I have 12" from the top of my tire to the fenderwell.

You should be able to fit 37's on there!

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I measured 12.5 or 13 I can't remember right now and it is 36 outside so I aint goin outside. Thanks for the info.

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Any other measurements?

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I just measured again and I am at 11.5" so I guess I do have around 4-4.5" of lift. I don't suppose 37s with a -25 offset would work then.

Sucks cause my 35s look really small.


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If you want measurements that mean anything in trying to determine your lift measure from the center of the hub to the wheel arch. That takes the tire out of it.
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