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Old 03-15-2020, 12:43 PM #1
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Clearance Height on 265 KO2 and lift?

Hey all, looking to figure out if my truck would clear 6 feet 5 inches in height if I lifted my truck approx 2 inches front and maybe 1-1.5 in the rear (slight rake but minimal). Possilby run some spaces so bring the wheels out slightly.

Seems like Bilstein is the popular setup. 95% of the time this is my daily driver, 5% logging roads for camping hunting and fishing.

I'm going to be running stock rims 17 (Off road pkg) and 265 KO2's with stock rails and kdss. Will I make it and be able to make this clearance for my underground parking? I know it's going to be very close.

Anyone running a similar stock wheel and KO2 tire setup that can comment on clearance height after lift? Pics would be awesome if you want to show off your rig.

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Lay a board across the roof rails and measure from the ground up to get your number.

I have Bilsteins at 0.85 and I have 72 inches at the top of the roof rack on my Trail.
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You have to measure. Every truck is going to be slightly different depending on tire inflation pressure, tread depth, roof rack style, actually height you set the coils to, how much weight in the vehicle etc.

My bone stock Pro is 78" (6'6") but a good portion of that is the rack. My garage at work is 79" so it's close and actually hits the height limit pole on some days depending on how fast I'm going and if I'm closer to the left or right side when I go under

Before I can do anything to the truck at all, including tires, I'm going to have to swap out that Pro roof rack for something much more low profile.
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'20 with OEM TRD wheels, 265/70/17, and a Cornfed 2" front 1" rear lift. My parking garage has a 6' 5" clearance, so I put it in park while it was halfway up the ramp (lowest clearance point). LOTS of room so you should have no problems.
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Great info thx!

I'll also try the board method first also to double check.
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