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post #1 of 3 Old 01-25-2012, 02:08 PM Thread Starter
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Will 22x14 on 40 work with a 10 inch lift????

Im really wanting to run this on my truck but im not sure if 10 inches will clear. i saw a guy run that set up on a 11 f250 and no rub but mine is a 06. not sure how much different lifts are. Any help/advice will be greatly appreciated.
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It'll rub a bit on the radius arm at full lock, but not enough to make you hate your decision. It'll look great, post pics when you do it!

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That's not bad at all. I have the lift bought but can't decide on wheels and tires lol. Thanks alot. I really like that set up but most trucks I see it on are on 12 inch lifts. Too high for my state. Thanks alot for the help and I will for sure post pictures


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