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Old 05-13-2013, 05:34 PM
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Tire/Wheel/Lift Question

Wanting to put a leveling kit on my '12 4x4 crew cab...prob 2-3 inches. Also wanting to run 35x12.50's on 20x10 XD's that have a 4.5" backspace and -24mm offset. If I lift the front 2-3 inches, how much will I have to lift the rear for it to sit level? Not factory level, perfectly level. Will I have rubbing issues with this combo. Thanks in advance!
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I have a 2.5" level kit and have 4" blocks in the rear sits level. Im am running 20x10 w 35s
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I have a 2.5" level kit and have 4" blocks in the rear sits level. Im am running 20x10 w 35s
f350 blocks instead of your f250 blocks. Or a Carli add a pack and keep your f250 blocks!

Hollywood, your sig says 20x9...
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20x10 4.5" of backspacing will definitely require some trimming/pulling back of the fender liner. I'd stick to 9" wide and 5-5.5" for clearance.
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