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Wcowanjr

Motofab 3” front 2” rear leveling/lift kit fitting 35x12.50-20?

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I’ve been looking thru forums for the last week and was just wondering if anyone is running a Motofab 3” front 2” rear lift/leveling kit with 35x12.50/20s... I’ve seen a few trucks with 35s but curious about how much trimming/ rubbing there is... I really want to run 35 toyo open country mts or something very similar... any help and pics would be greatly appreciated... I have a 2015 GMC Sierra SLT 4x4 crew cab, again thanks for any help or advice.

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My brother just put 35x12.50R18 with stock wheels on a 2.5 level. Says he's got very little rub after zip tying the carpet liners back.

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3" Motofab up front, 2" on rear with 285/60/20 (33.5x11.2) Toyo RT's on stock wheels. No rub

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If you don't want to turn or hit a bump they will fit. My 33x12.5's rub sway-bar and UCA with a 3" front and 2.5" rear. Maybe if you had new UCA's, the perfect offset, non-aggressive sidewall, and weren't afraid to trim plastic you might make it work. I have never personally seen it. In my small town there are at least 20 leveled K2's and a 33x12.5 is the biggest I have seen without at least a 4" suspension lift.   

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Bit the bullet and bought a set of 35x12.50r20 Achilles Desert Hawk XMTs... fit great but barely rub the wheel liners at full lock... nothing I can’t live with and work on trimming or tying back

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Are you also running the 3" front 2" rear from Motofab?

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I am... I was hesitant about the 35s, but they fit with minimal rub. I feel like the truck looks a lot beter now

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I am... I was hesitant about the 35s, but they fit with minimal rub. I feel like the truck looks a lot beter now
Looks really good how's the angles on the ball joints and CV axles?

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On 4/2/2018 at 7:27 AM, Wcowanjr said:

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I'm getting the motofab 3 front and 2 rear can those 35 work on stock 18

Thanx

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MotoFab 2.5 front, rear is stock, 285/60/20 Toyo A/T 2s 

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