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Ordered my Zone 4.5 Lift

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This is awesome information. Im totally OCD.  Having my Zone 4.5" lift put on this week (well already done, but still at the shop).  Tires go on tomorrow.  Toyo MT 35x12.5r22
 
I feel like I did enough research to know they will fit, but I guess we will find out tomorrow.  The shop even called me and said, "the instruction said max tire is 33 inch." lol

What wheels are you gonna run?


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11 minutes ago, jimmyboy8301 said:


What wheels are you gonna run?


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the factory 22's (not sure which model - 6 spoke)

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the factory 22's (not sure which model - 6 spoke)

As long as you clear the UCAs you should be good, maybe just minor trimming


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On 11/26/2017 at 7:23 PM, ChevyRoofer said:

 


Even though you don’t want to use spacers on the front wheels, your track width in the front will increase significantly (making it look like you have wheel spacers in the front and none in the back). The zone lift does that regardless. Most people add wheel spacers to the back wheels to make it appear even. 1.5” spacers typically I think.

So I would go with a taller and skinnier tire since your tire are already going to stick 1.5-2” further out due to the Zone lift.

Would assume you went with a 4-6.5” Zone lift. Also assuming you have stock 20x9 wheels with 5.75” backspacing.

I’d go 285/65/20. 34.6” or so. I would also add Bora 1.5-2” hub centric wheel spacers to the rear to even out the appearance.


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Thanks for this looking at the same setup

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On 12/12/2017 at 4:23 PM, Criscone said:

 

 


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What's the measurements? The back looks way lower.

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