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Lift/Tire Size Chart

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by jdyonker » Thu May 12, 2022 2:58 pm

jdyonker wrote:Just fitted 285/70 R17's to my TB. Maxx Stak 1.5" leveling kit, 3" body lift, slight massaging and trimming of inner fender with caster/camber plates pushed all the way forward.

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:D I didn't but the bumper relocation brackets. My son is going to weld a new bumper for me.
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by Rsell316 » Sun Mar 12, 2023 9:17 am

Hi guys, first post, 06 TB ext 4wd, getting a free set of 235 75 17's. 3" front 2" rear lift.

Will update when I see the clearance,

Robert
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by jerflash » Wed Jan 10, 2024 5:05 pm

Rsell316 wrote:Hi guys, first post, 06 TB ext 4wd, getting a free set of 235 75 17's. 3" front 2" rear lift.

Will update when I see the clearance,

Robert


235/75/17 should may without any spacer, did that worK? at 30.9 and being narrower it should be ok. I have seen 235/80/17 on stock wheels no spacers.

I have some 1/2" spacers out front and 1" spacers out back on stock wheels already to square out the setup. "the rear track is 1 inch shorter than the front stock.

I was planing on 235/75/17 or 245/75/17 to get to 31.5"

I have the front lifted .75 to 1 inch so i know the 235s will clear no issue but may try and squeeze the 245s in there. without a huge spacer the rubbing should be minimal
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