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Just purchased myself a set of 35x12.5x20R Nitto Trail Grapplers on Rockstar II -12 offset rims. I know I can't stuff those bad boys in the stock set up, but what do you guys recommend? Will they fit if I simply put a 2" level on the truck, or do i need to go with something bigger?

I heard guys talking that the tires will rub when locked on the inner fender, would wheel spacers help this problem?

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Should be able to run that with a leveling kit. Maybe some minor rubbing
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Yes you can run that setup on a leveling kit no problem. You'll need at least a 2.5" though, not 2". Bilstein 5100's are your best option for leveling for a number of reasons. You can read up on them in the Guide to Leveling linked in my signature if you're interested.

You may have a slight amount of rub on the back of the inner fender that can be easily fixed by tying back the plastic slightly. Spacer would make the problem worse, not better.
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