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Another 35" tire thought

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Tracker, Sep 25, 2018.

  1. Sep 25, 2018 at 7:50 PM
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    So I have a 3/2. I'm on 20's with a +1. My research says theres a good chance I will have to cut the body mount. But what if I added a 1" body lift? I know the frame doesnt move but could this help at all? Also on that idea would I need brake line extensions or steering extensions?
     
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  2. Sep 25, 2018 at 8:02 PM
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    You’d only be moving the body in correlation to the tire. Issue will still be there since the tire will hit the body mount, which is unchanged even with a body lift. With the right spacing wheels, the body mount and 315/70s aren’t an issue.
     
  3. Sep 25, 2018 at 8:12 PM
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    no body lift if need be get good 1/2” spacers. Also maybe get tires that measure 35 x 11.5 instead of 12.5
     
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    I have a 3/1.5 (+TCUCAs) and 35’s with 18x9 +20 and no cmc

    I’d try it. The chop will only cost you $150 or so worst case
     
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    It's the +1 offset that's the problem. Done right the CMC isn't noticeable. You could try increasing caster with the eccentrics or reducing caster (not a good option IMO) with different UCAs. Wheel spacers will make it worse. I'm not a fan of body lifts because the increased length of the attachments to the frame make a weaker connection between cab and frame. (At least in my mind) In an accident I would be worried about having major issues, but that's just me.
     
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    I plan on bumper spacers regardless. I narrower tire might be a good way to go.
     
  7. Sep 28, 2018 at 5:45 AM
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    35’s on a readylift 3 with a 1.5 AAL in the rear. 1.5” spacers on stock rims/ 35/12.5/R18. No body rub, and had to cut about an inch of plastic off the front...

    May be worth trying some spacers.

    78ADFEFB-9B98-4AE5-B4C3-82BE70528F32.jpg
     
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    Spacers on a +1 offset wheel are just gonna make the tires make a wider arch and exacerbate the problem. You having spacers brings the tire out to right around the sweet spot for offset.
     
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    That truck/stance looks almost perfect imo. 9 wide wheels with a +1 would be more aggressive than that and look even better imo. No spacers needed
     
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    What wheels are you running there Elk?
     
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    Would a stock wheel mean:

    8” wide +60mm is about 6.86” backspace.

    Adding an1.5” spacer would mean 6.86 minus 1.5 = 5.36 or +21.84mm

    Is that right?

    How did you cram a 12.5 wide on an 8 wide. Lol :eek2:

    Looks good ... more pics. :D
     
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    You need your offset more +20-35mm, the wheels you have now will require BMC qith 35s, unless you go 33s, just do the bmc, or get bigger lift
     
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