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Old 07-12-2008, 11:57 AM
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Question 8ft extended cab STOCK w. mud tires??

How would mud terrains look on a stock height truck? Does anyone have that setup that could share a picture?
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Old 07-12-2008, 12:00 PM
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How aggresive of a mud terrian
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Are you willing to trim sheet metal?...it makes a big difference if you are.
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Are you willing to trim sheet metal?...it makes a big difference if you are.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE OF THAT LOL
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Old 07-12-2008, 01:35 PM
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"WOULD YOU LIKE TO EXPLAIN THE PURPOSE OF THAT"

I would love to explain.....


You'll get people that will say "I fit 35's on mine,..it only rubs a little bit"

To me,...If you say "it rubs"...then that means it doesn't FIT!


My truck 2005, Stock height, 36's and Cut-out Bushwackers....no rubbing....but I could've put 37's on it
20 x 10 AR Mojave Teflon wheels w/4.5" BS









My truck with 4.5" lift, 39.5" Iroks...no rubbing








My truck with 4.5" lift, 41" Iroks.....very very slight rub on radius arms






That is what I meant by "if your willing to trim sheet metal"

Because.....it makes a big difference...and because I put on the Bushwackers,...
I have a lower center of gravity.
I don't have a steep driveline angle(vibes)
I paid half a much, because I didn't need a huge lift to clear the tires.

Normally you need 12-14 inches of lift to clear 41's....I have the best of ALL worlds.


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Wow, how did you fit 36's??? I could only get 33's on my stock truck and they even rubbed.
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....go back and RE-READ the entire thread..



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My truck, Stock height, 36's and Cut-out Bushwackers....no rubbing....but I could've put 37's on it
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Haha gotcha
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no prob man,...hope I helped.
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