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Old 07-08-2013, 03:25 PM
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i am getting ready to order a 3.5 inch ready lift sst lift. i am looking at getting 22x11 kranks with a -24 offset not sure on tires i want 33s or 35s but dont know what will fit. i was told by ready lift it wouldnt fit but he also said those rims would stick out to far anyway on a truck need to know so i can get to ordering
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You are going to have to do alot of fender trimming with that setup. How wide are the tires you are looking at?

IMO its not going to look good with only 3.5" lift, and your wheels sticking out 4.5" past the fenders. This is just my opinion.
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ok thats what i needed to know im trying to find a decent 22inch rim that gonna fit correctly i can do the five inch lift but im not wanting to go that high. how about a 22x10 with a +06 offset would these possibly work on the 3.5 or the 5 inch and how big of tire could i possibly run
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this truck has 22x10.5 -25 offset with a 2.5 inch leveling kit and 35inch toyo mts would it look funny with another inch still keeping the same size tires or would it be possible to get a bigger tire?
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ok thats what i needed to know im trying to find a decent 22inch rim that gonna fit correctly i can do the five inch lift but im not wanting to go that high. how about a 22x10 with a +06 offset would these possibly work on the 3.5 or the 5 inch and how big of tire could i possibly run
In my opinion a 10" wide wheel with a +06 offset is just about perfect. I like a little bit of wheel sticking out, but not too much. And that setup wouldn't be rubbing the radius arm.

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this truck has 22x10.5 -25 offset with a 2.5 inch leveling kit and 35inch toyo mts would it look funny with another inch still keeping the same size tires or would it be possible to get a bigger tire?
It's hard to tell from the angle, but it doesn't look like his wheels are sticking out too terribly far. Where did you get this picture from?
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i plan on getting bush wacker flares thats the reason i want them to stick out some and i also like the look of the lip but thats just me some people think its stupid. but i got the picture from a guy who i was talking to here on the forums and he is running the 2.5 leveling kit on a f350 and i love the way those look and he said they didnt rub at all so i was thinking i could do the 3.5 to get the height i want but im affraid it mike look funny with 35s on a 3.5 inch lift
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i plan on getting bush wacker flares thats the reason i want them to stick out some and i also like the look of the lip but thats just me some people think its stupid. but i got the picture from a guy who i was talking to here on the forums and he is running the 2.5 leveling kit on a f350 and i love the way those look and he said they didnt rub at all so i was thinking i could do the 3.5 to get the height i want but im affraid it mike look funny with 35s on a 3.5 inch lift
If you like it, and he said they will work I would do it.

1" more in lift, won't be noticable. I see alot of guys running a 4.5" lift with 35" tires.
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ok thankyou man i really appriciate your help im not good with suspension stuff and rims and tires it gets confusing but i can do audio, remote starts, and wiring like no other lol
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