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post #1 of 6 Old 08-07-2012, 06:23 PM Thread Starter
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What size are these rims and how much lift?

I know the tires are 35x12.5 r17 and the rims are eagle.
The rims come in:
17 in. x 8 in., 8 x 170mm Bolt Circle, 4.50 in. Backspace,
17 in. x 9 in., 8 x 170mm Bolt Circle, 5.000 in. Backspace

How much lift do you think? Thanks
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judging by the truck appearing to be 05 up, i would say they are the 4.5 bs.

your gaining an inch in width and 1.5 more to the out with the BS.

the 5" bs with 9" width would be out there a pretty good ways

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How much lift do you think it has?

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those look like 8" wide with 4.5" bs. and maybe a 2" leveling kit.

A 9" wide wheel and 5"bs on the same size tire looks like this

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I looked under the truck better. No extra blocks. No extra leaves in the back. factory front spacer. So i guess 35s will fit stock with the right rim?

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You wont have to do anything to the back to run 35's.

The front you will want a leveling kit installed.



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