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I think you can clock the T-case on the front get a new crossmember and then possibly lengthen the rear. I always mess with the rear drive shaft once the truck is lifted. Then you can measure and see how much play you have.
8"... could probably be ok, but 10" is where you start having to really mess with things to make it right.
2001 - 14" OUO 525 - 38x15.5x20 Toyo & 20x12 Weld Cheyenne's. Hybrids, 38R, BTS, Spearco, Terminators..
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You will get some axle wrap with a heavy trailer, I can feel it when towing my gooseneck with some heavy equipment. My Deavers will wrap enough to make the tires rub the front of the rear fender well if I give it too much throttle on aceleration.