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Old 07-21-2013, 08:40 PM
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I have the Daystar levelling kit (front and back) and I would like to know if I can stuff 35x12.50x20s on my stock rims. I have read some post on the internet that say you can.

I plan on putting the Rancho 4inch lift on if they wont fit. Going with Rancho because they over engineer everything. Always heard good things about them. If you go to 4wheelParts they push the ProComp(house brand)on you for everything.
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You can fit 35x12.5's on the stock wheels with 1/4" spacers.
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Thanks Brand, it is a confusing conversation with all the off road shops.
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Ya definitely. I've found a lot of shops really don't know what they're talking about or end up trying to up sell you to the next thing to make more money. The forum is definitely a great place to ask questions like this and get straight up answers from guys that are actually running the set up.
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Brand, I forgot to mention I have the older 2 inch leveling kit not the newer 2.5 inch that a lot of companies are offering now.
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I did buy the 1/4 inch spacers. Hopefully I will have a patient crew at Discount Tire installing the new tires.
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Even with a 2" you should be able to clear them. It depends on the truck though. They're all different.... If anything you might need to do a bit of trimming to the inner fender or the valance but it will be minimal.
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Thanks again, you may have just saved me $2800 for the 4" Rancho lift and installation.
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You can fit 35x12.5's on the stock wheels with 1/4" spacers.
Would you need those spacers in the rear? or just the front?
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Would you need those spacers in the rear? or just the front?
I imagine front and back or else the front tires will stick out farther compared to the back
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