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I have 38"toyo's with a 10" and they look small. Don't forget about a transfer case clocking ring for the front driveline angle
Big Mike 2006 Mega Cummins S&B cold Air,BD boost builder,Silencer Gone, 5" strait pipe,AMP electric steps,10" DVD,BullyDog TRPL Dog w/monitor,10" long arm custom Lift,38 Toyo's on 20's,Bushwaker fender flares, Transfer Case Clocking Ring,Custom built trans crossmember, Ats 5 Star TC, Ats HD rebuild, Transgo Shift kit, TS performance Shift Master, And all the comforts of a Laramie : Past Cummins
1998.5 Dually QC, 2000 SWB QC 4x4,2001 Dually QC 4x4,2003 4dr 4x4 dually
i like the tire to fill the fender well up. another question there is an index ring. and ive also seen some sort of thing that goes inbetween the ujoints and the yoke??? can someone find me some pics of an index ring because it looks like it could be pretty simple to machine.....
i have 3.73s im not to worried about gear ratio at the moment im gonna do 4.10s or 4.56s when the funds allow it
__________________ 2008 F350 CCSB Lariat
16'' OneUpOffroad lift 40/15.50/22's 2006 3500 QCLB Laramie ( sold! )
14'' lift, 22x14 armours on 40'' mud grapplers TURBO ENGINEERING CORP.617hp, stock cp3,stock lift pump, and on 41's 1992 D250 SCLB LE
Its gonna depend on the wheels and backspacing and the tire width. If you stick with a stockish wheel and 13.50 tires you shouldnt have much problem.
I have 9" of lift (6" susp and 3" body) and with my 38.5x14.50x20 on 20x10 wheels with 4.5" BS, and had to do some trimming. Tires hit while turning a the rear of the lower fender.
These guys fitting 40s with 6" lift had to trim the fenders like crazy. Even worse with 39.5s on 4.5" lift. As long as your going in a straight line, no problems. lol. If your gonna turn or go nuts and take it off the highway, no way will these low lifts work for ya.
Im just telling you what I have experienced personally with 9" lift. If your sold on 40s, Id advise 11" lift so you can actually use your truck. Good Luck.
06' Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins 4x4 9"lift 38.5"tires
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