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Old 02-02-2013, 02:22 PM
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need help with dually tire size and lift

Wanting to lift my 02 4 inches and 35s. How wide of a tire can I go? What size spacers do I need and can i use stock dually rims thanks guys
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Old 02-02-2013, 02:28 PM
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I saw some 315/75/16 bfg km2s on a dually with 4" lift and oem wheels. I'm not sure about spacers though.
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:16 PM
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Wanting to lift my 02 4 inches and 35s. How wide of a tire can I go? What size spacers do I need and can i use stock dually rims thanks guys
I don't know how wide your 35's are,but, I have Parnelli Jones 37x12.50x16's on my 01 dually.I have them on the factory aluminum wheels. I have 2" spacers on mine and they work perfect. I also have a brand new pair of 1" spacers. I never used them. If you find out that the 1" will work for you,let me know before you buy any at full price.I could save you some $. Scott. 1-708-269-7610
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need help with dually tire size and lift

I run 305/70 16's with 2.5" spacers and a leveling kit on mine


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Think im going to do a level kit and run 305/75/16 im not sure if one inch will work or big enough in back
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305/70/16 I mean. Where can I get a level kit?
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need help with dually tire size and lift

You'll need at least 2" spacers with 305's I'm running 2.5" and there's about 3/4" between the tires


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need help with dually tire size and lift

I got my leveling kit off eBay


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Old 02-24-2013, 03:50 PM
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How is it with towing?
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need help with dually tire size and lift

I haven't pulled with mine since I've put it all on but I don't see any problems from it


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