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Just curious... will a 6" Rough Country lift clear 38" TSL Boggers?
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Only if you are willing to do some trimming.
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Had to do some re-adjustamnt and triming with a 4" and 35's. I'd say it will be tight and I would want to know what had to be trimmed ahead of time.

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I am not to worried trimming i am mostly worried about when i turn because its kinda close now with no lift or anything on it with 33's
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You will rub when you turn.....which is why you need to trim.
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I don't think you will be able to swing anything more than 36s without major rubbing issues.




Have you checked for a fitment guide on the Rough Country site.
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Yea they said that they recommend a 37in tire i think i got it all figured out though.
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