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Alright fellas I've decided I want to really be able to fit 33x12.50x18 mud grapplers on the truck so I want to know what I can do to make them fit without having to drop a grand on a lift kit, so leveling and body lift or something a long those lines. just need to know what combination would be needed to fit the 33's

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Level and 3" body lift should fit them nicely on the right wheel

 

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dude, probly still rub...my truck rubs wiht a 6" lift and 35's with fenders beat in LOL...level it and deal with it ahah cuz probly still rub if you did body lift too.

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2.5" level and a 3" body lift with fairly conservative wheels. I ran a 2" leveling kit with a 3" body lift with the same size tire and had some minor rubbing. I never trimmed and it was minimal and only bad in tight situations. I think you'll be good with a 2.5" + 3".

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ok cool, thanks, you guys have a preference to what brand of leveling and body lift? I've heard good things about rough country but thats it

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Leveling kits are all about the same so don't blow your wad on ready lift or the like. RC and others have inexpensive, yet quality kits. For the body lift I would go with Zone. I've seen too many good reviews of their bumper brackets which tends to give them a slight edge over Performance Accessories. However use the performance accessories spare tire mod.

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For the body lift I would go with Zone. I've seen too many good reviews of their bumper brackets which tends to give them a slight edge over Performance Accessories. However use the performance accessories spare tire mod.

This is what I did

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