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Old 04-24-2020, 07:25 PM #16
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LOL, he'll show us full lock after he does a BMC!!!
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Looks good, definitely check at full lock when off road!

I would go for 34s or 35s but dont have a way to carry the spare so gotta wait till I have the funds for a rear bumper (4x4lalbs) and 4.88 gears.
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LOL, he'll show us full lock after he does a BMC!!!
Already did the BMC, just havnt welded yet. Waiting on the plates to arrive.

For the haters (LOL):

Full lock on the drivers side.

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How much diff clearance did you gain?
No idea. I didnt do a before measurement
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Yeah man, looks bad azz! You did good.

I had a 4wheel alignment done right after I did the larger tires and spacer lift and it drives straight without holding the steering wheel but I also get that intermittent wander during highway speeds with my Falken Wildpeaks M/Tís so I know what you mean.
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Also curious to find out your average MPGs after you rack on a few hundred miles. Before adding larger tires, spacer lift, TRD roof rack and TRD exhaust, I was averaging 16-16.5 mpgs with both mixed city and hwy. Now Iím averaging 14.5 mpgs mixed city/hwy.
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Yeah man, looks bad azz! You did good.

I had a 4wheel alignment done right after I did the larger tires and spacer lift and it drives straight without holding the steering wheel but I also get that intermittent wander during highway speeds with my Falken Wildpeaks M/Tís so I know what you mean.
Thank you!

The wandering is probably mainly noticeable becasue I35 here in TX is just about the worst highway in America!


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Also curious to find out your average MPGs after you rack on a few hundred miles. Before adding larger tires, spacer lift, TRD roof rack and TRD exhaust, I was averaging 16-16.5 mpgs with both mixed city and hwy. Now Iím averaging 14.5 mpgs mixed city/hwy.
I'm not much of a gas mileage tracker, but I will say you can feel in the pedal that the MPG's are going to suffer a little.
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Something to think about. That nice fancy Fox suspension isn't going to last very long with your spacer setup. Especially if you are using your rig offroad which I'm guessing you are given you're running dedicated mud tires.

I think there are a lot of folks on here running 34s/35s with no major issues. If you remove your spacers you will rub even less.
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Yea, they look awesome. Geolander did a good job on the design too. Are you getting 4.88's?
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Something to think about. That nice fancy Fox suspension isn't going to last very long with your spacer setup. Especially if you are using your rig offroad which I'm guessing you are given you're running dedicated mud tires.

I think there are a lot of folks on here running 34s/35s with no major issues. If you remove your spacers you will rub even less.
I basically have a "no questions asked" bumper to bumper 125k mile warranty, so if something happens its not a problem.

I've done all of this in under 3k miles, so I'm sure I'll eventually upgrade the shocks, struts and coils ones day; most likely long before I experience any issues.


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Yea, they look awesome. Geolander did a good job on the design too. Are you getting 4.88's?

I dont feel I'll need to yet, but I've only driven about 35 miles with the new tires.
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Subscribed. Interested to hear about any rubbing when you off-road it. Want 34ís on my 19 pro; planning to do eibach 1.6Ē front springs and 1.5-2Ē sway-a-way rear springs. Not sure if that setup will allow the 34s for me but Iíve been thinking about trying it. Donít really want to run spidertrax though.
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Subscribed. Interested to hear about any rubbing when you off-road it. Want 34ís on my 19 pro; planning to do eibach 1.6Ē front springs and 1.5-2Ē sway-a-way rear springs. Not sure if that setup will allow the 34s for me but Iíve been thinking about trying it. Donít really want to run spidertrax though.
If you plan to really compress the suspension, a lift doesn't really give you clearance. You'd need to trim things here and there to get it to fit.
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I would ditch the spacers....they will make it rub more than anything else and the tires are big enough to fill the wheelwells and look cool.
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Well aware Iíll be trimming. BMC included.
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I would ditch the spacers....they will make it rub more than anything else and the tires are big enough to fill the wheelwells and look cool.
But its not rubbing, and I love the look with spacers. One day I'll get some cool wheels with some offset to perfect the look, but I really dig the stock wheels.
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