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Old 11-24-2013, 02:58 AM
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Go with the 3" spring. The 35s will look right at home man. I don't think 37s would even fit with this set up.
This exactly ^^^

You can't fit 37's on a 4" lift. You could on the back, but not the front.

I ran 35's with a 6" RCX lift and Bilsteins at 1.4". So 7.4" of lift on the front end... Didn't look too small but was right on the line. There's pictures in my lift thread linked in my signature below if you want to see what that looks like.
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those pictures helped with your set up wonclear garage but ill be 1 1\4 less so should be ok just wish they had a 2" spring i think im ordering the zone with 3" coil tommorrow unless someone has a reason this is a bad choice ? next i want to run my stock wheels 20x9 so anyone know of a 12.00 wide 35 have a nice 3/8" spacer right now my 275/65/20 duratracs with the spacer are pretty close to flush and they actually measure 11.5 on wheel would like to stay as close to flush as i can to save my fenders from debris really didnt want flares looking to stay as o.e as possible
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Old 11-24-2013, 09:21 AM
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why couldnt i go with the rcx or zone set asde the 2" coil spacer and buy super lift 2" rear coils almost evens out from the 3" coil upgrade just a thought any reason this would be bad idea
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