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Old 05-01-2013, 07:14 PM
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Kicker bars just mount from the rear front cross member back to another point on the frame for added strength. They're recommend for more offroad use. People that mainly drive them on the street put them on more for looks. It might be a good idea to have them as peace of mind.

35's look okay on a 6" lift IMO. But you can go to 37's. That's more typical.

Now the big one.... you have 12" wide wheels with only -13 offset? Are you running them now? That's only 5 7/8" backspacing. People running 12.5 wide tires on 9" wide rims are going with 5" or 4.5" backspacing. That is on 4th gens however but I don't really see how a 5 7/8" back spacing is going to work on a 3rd gen.....
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