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Old 12-05-2011, 04:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Pure performance 4" x factor

Gust got my lift delivered today, can't wait to install it this weekend. Anyone out there have some pics of this lift installed with 20" wheels and 35" tires? I can't decide between 35s or 37s, what do you think?
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Old 12-06-2011, 06:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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There's a member on here just a few months ago put a 4" PP lift on with 35's and it looked damn good.
Here it is...http://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/su...reat-lift.html
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Old 12-06-2011, 06:49 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I would definitely got with a 37's on 17 or 18 wheel.
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Old 12-06-2011, 07:30 PM   #4 (permalink)
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37's and you might have to do some tiny inner fender trimming! I have that lift and have run 35's and 37's and I like the look of the 37's much better
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You can 37's on a Carli or Thuren 3" system why would you have to trim with a 4" system?
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You can 37's on a Carli or Thuren 3" system why would you have to trim with a 4" system?
Because people don't take backspacing / offset into consideration when buying new wheels, which leads to rubbing and trimming.
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Because people don't take backspacing / offset into consideration when buying new wheels, which leads to rubbing and trimming.
^^^ what he said. Some wheels won't rub but most people just buy what they want and get upset when they rub. I bought my black wheels and tires cause I got a smoking deal but already knew that I would need to trim.
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If I order my rims 20x9 with -12 they will stick out more or less than the -18s? I'm not to keen on the rim lingo.
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Because people don't take backspacing / offset into consideration when buying new wheels, which leads to rubbing and trimming.
I'm in the same situation. Running 20x9 with -12/-18 or 12/18 offsets which one to go with on the 4" PP 2012 3500 SRW?? I don't want any rubbing.
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I'm in the same situation. Running 20x9 with -12/-18 or 12/18 offsets which one to go with on the 4" PP 2012 3500 SRW?? I don't want any rubbing.
Go with the + offsets. What do you plan to run for tires?
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I just did mine a few weeks ago pm me an email and I can send you a ton of pictures plus give you some pointers



toyo mt 35x12.50 r 20 wheels 20x9 bs +18 = 3 inches of lip and 0 rubbing
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