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06-22-2004, 03:27 PM
wiill 35 allterrain fit on 3inch lift 2000 dodge 4x4 1500..rub factor?
06-22-2004, 04:39 PM
sorry dont know
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06-22-2004, 06:55 PM
i would say no.
needed a 4 inch suspension lift on my 79 150 when i put my 35x16R16 boggers on and i still get a lil rub, well, atleast till i got the sawzall out and did a lil trimming. i also have a flat deck so i am not sure about rear either.
79 F150 custom
solid front on 4" BDS coils
solid rear on 4" arched leafs.
35 tsl boggers
np 205 T case
np 435 tranny
06-22-2004, 07:07 PM
how big are the stock tires? are you willing to trim the fenders? do you actually wheel your truck or are you a poser?
here's what i suggest throw the lift in (body i'm assuming) go to a tires shop toss on some 35's take em for a rip and see if they work or not or throw some 33's on and see how much room you have left for the 35's
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06-24-2004, 08:15 AM
you can cause my friends dad has 33s on his stock so yes you can
06-24-2004, 12:51 PM
quote:Originally posted by crimsen
i would say no.
needed a 4 inch suspension lift on my 79 150 when i put my 35x16R16 boggers on and i still get a lil rub, well, atleast till i got the sawzall out and did a lil trimming.
Sorry there pal, watermelons to potatoes there. No way to compare a 2000 dodge to your truck.
If I remember right, they come stock with a 32 or 33 actual measurement, so a 35 should fit no problems, just make sure of your backspacing for susp. rub.
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06-24-2004, 01:51 PM
35 will rub for sure thats what my boss bother has and they rub
my boss has a 2500 diesel and he has 37 goodyear mtr's with a body lift and 2 inch coil spacers. i think he ran 35's with little or no rubbage with the body lift.
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06-24-2004, 06:47 PM
Heres my 2 cents , I would put the lift in then try it ,It sounds like that is the tire size you decided on. If it rubs then buy some of those coil spring spacers I think they are 2 inch and a 2 inch block in the rear and then you will for sure be fine ,you may want to consider a gear change with 35" tires.or that depends on your power.
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