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Old 11-02-2011, 09:46 PM
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You can do that but it's highly recommended by almost all lift manufactures to not use spacers ontop of a lift.
Unless you have an adjustable trac bar or find another drop mount for the height your looking for the you axle will be off center. Not only will it pull it into the passenger fender and push it out of the drivers side, it also pulls the axle back towards the cab of the truck(think of how control arms work). You will probably need a new pitman arm too.
If you don't happen to get death wobble you'll probably blow u joints, especially trying to spin that big of a tire with stock axles.
Going that big is really expensive, trying to cut corners is just going to cost you alot more in the long run.
Just my $0.02
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