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post #1 of 11 Old 08-29-2010, 08:43 PM Thread Starter
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ok got the 35s ordered ,they better fit,lol

i have a 2.5 terraflex coil lift,i have 33s ,but they are too small,so i ordered 35s actually they are 315s ,i made a post on here and people said they would def. fit, i have 17x9 rims with 4.5 backspacing v tec raptors from discount tire,and am putting on 315x70x17 tires,i hope they dont rub when wheeling ,what do you guys think ???

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They will fit just check your bumpstops and you should be good!

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how do i check bumpstops

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Once you get the new tires on flex your suspension on each corner. Check how close the tires get to your fenders at full stuff then add more bumpstop to prevent them from hitting if they do.

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Im runing a set of 315/75R16 BFG KM2's (35's) on a stock suspension (no lift) with my fenders cut and pinch seam folded.

BTW: Anyone want a set of used 33" MTZ's
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they should be fine with the right backspaced wheel.....I havent had a problem with my 35's and a 2.5 and I still have un-cut fenders
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i have a 2.5 terraflex coil lift,i have 33s ,but they are too small,so i ordered 35s actually they are 315s ,i made a post on here and people said they would def. fit, i have 17x9 rims with 4.5 backspacing v tec raptors from discount tire,and am putting on 315x70x17 tires,i hope they dont rub when wheeling ,what do you guys think ???
Ive the same specs and zero rub. Enjoy this set-up. Terraflex make a great kit for 35s.

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35s on 7105 17x9, 2.5" TF coil lift, AEV snorkel, Warrior steel Fenders, Lightforce spots, Rigid 12" Lightbar in hood scoop, Skids & side Armor, Katzkin Leather, Ravelco, Duster, Trunk Lockbox & Cargo Tray. >> FRONT Olympic Rock + Stinger + Ares winch plate + Warn 9.5. >> REAR Expedition One carrier + 53" Hi-Lift.
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Good set-up. That lift with 35" tires will get you almost anywhere you want to go with good street manners and little stress on stock components. You can also trim your flares or buy tube fenders to get more from the combo .
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that combo will work, I have it running right now. The only thing that you're gonna have to do is trim the plastic air dam under the front bumper. otherwise no clearance issues from me. and about the bumpstops, which kit did you get? Tera flex has a kit that comes with extended bumpstops too, thats the kit I got.

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you have any pictures of the 33's?
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post #11 of 11 Old 09-01-2010, 10:00 PM
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i put that lift on a 2 door and it looked great with 35's
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