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Old 05-31-2012, 11:12 AM
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35's with a 6" lift?

I know, I know it's out there somewhere I'm sure so give me hell if you will but...just wondering, has anyone done this? I just bought new 35x12.5s but found a hell of a deal for a 6" lift. Are there any pictures out there to see what I'd be looking like with that or should I just go through the headache of selling them and buying the 37's? I drive a 99 ccsb super duty(duh ) Thanks for the help boys and girls.
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6" is a bit tall for 35's, 37's would fill out the space nicely. Keep in mind with 37's you are going to want to regear especially if you ever tow.
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Old 05-31-2012, 02:11 PM
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this much I realize, which gets costly quickly, i found this pic of a 03 with a 6" lift and 35's underneath it. IMO it don't look bad, and I have a feeling that personal preference is where this thread it headed. I tend to like the large gaps, but thats just me. I think to avoid cost right now im gonna leave the 35's on.

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that looks rediculous
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Im kinda in the same boat, im really wanting to lift, but just got tires....I think 35s look ok, until its time to get new ones...then i think uve got to step up to a 37....but for the time being i think a 35 looks fine...
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Im on 35s with 7"front, 8" rear....
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06 F-350 6" fabtech lift and 35x12.5R17 Toyos

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Old 05-31-2012, 06:43 PM
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Keep in mind that smaller tires will make your lift look bigger. I think the 35s on a 6" look good as long as their wide and nobby

But 37s would look sickkkk


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06 F-350 6" fabtech lift and 35x12.5R17 Toyos

Diesel Addict your truck looks great!!

Mine came with 33's on it and i have grown to like them!

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6" lift with 35x12.50R20's

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