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Old 12-12-2013, 09:39 AM
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Question 40'' toyos on a 4'' lift

hey guys just wondering what your thoughts are on this i have a 03 f350 with a 4'' lift its my my work truck i drive to the bush everyday and my daily until i decide to buy a new one. once i do this truck will be strictly my bush truck until it dies.
so its almost time for new rubber and im sick of my rims and i kinda wanna go bigger. so im wondering what your thoughts are on putting cut outs on some 20x10's or 12's with a set of 40'' toyos is it possible has anyone done it ive made search's but everyone else has like 8-12'' atleast haha

also im getting a little sag in the front end now do you recommend getting the springs re-arced or just replacing them?

thanks for any help in advance
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4in is not near enough for 40s. if your gonna do 40s you need atleast a 8inch lift. even with a 6 inch lift I don't see it working unless you have 40s on a narrow wheel with a very positive offset but then it will look dumb imo. my advice if you want 40s buy a 8 or 10 inch lift and do it right.
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I'm running 37's on a 4" lift. With cutouts you could run 40's without issue. Might need a inch or so more lift but not 8-10"... Hate the look of these poser trucks with feet of lift to run 40" tires or smaller.
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I think you could rock that!
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4 inch on 40s with cutouts
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what dave said... it will work but you will need to do the cut out fenders...
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I saw a post somewhere, I think pirate 4x4 forum, where a guy did 40s with a leveling kit(I think). He did have to manage his fenders, but the body looked completely stock when he was finished. He said the offset on the wheels was very important.

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I saw a post somewhere, I think pirate 4x4 forum, where a guy did 40s with a leveling kit(I think). He did have to manage his fenders, but the body looked completely stock when he was finished. He said the offset on the wheels was very important.

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Yeah and most likely some very narrow 40's... LOL
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Old 12-12-2013, 03:34 PM
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Yeah I saw the same post. Really narrow 40s and still couldn't turn

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I'd love to see o pic from the front.

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4 inch on 40s with cutouts
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