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Hello fellas! This is a great place with alot of good information!
I have an 06 2500 Cummins and my stock shocks are done for. I am thinking about doing a Thuren 3" lift. I would like to clear some 35" x 12.50 (or even 35x13) tires on 9" wide wheels (what i have now), but maybe 10" wide in the future. Will this clear on a Thuren 3" lift?
And pictures of people with this 3" lift and stating your tire/wheel sizes would help alot!
I would just like to get a good idea of the stance of the truck.
I have been browsing around for the past 2 hours and figured I should probably post something, lol.
I wouldnt run a 13" wide tire on a 9" rim. Just run 35/12.50s or 37's. Wouldnt go bigger than a 9" rim also with the right backspacing. the 4 pics below are 37's on stock wheels and then 35's on a 20x10 wheel. The last pic of the tire sticking out is when I had the 20x10. Stuck out to far, wore out ball joints quickly and would rub alittle...
Sold....2006 QCSB Thuren Fab Suspension, Bully Dog PMT, BD Transmission, S&B Intake, 37" AT's
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