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Any Trimming On 4 in Lift With 35s?

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It depends on type of lift and wheel offset. I believe I’ve seen stock wheels on a bracket lift with 35’s. I have 35’s on 12 wide rims and a knuckle lift and there’s not a chance I hell.  I have an 8 inch lift and put an additional inch and a half body lift just so that I wouldn’t have to trim anything and I still get slight rub on full crank backing out of the driveway.  My good friend has 10 wide rims on a 6 inch lift and he’s running 35 and had to hack into his front bumper and the back of his front fenders.

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Probably with a X9 wheel and 5" or 5 1/2"  backspacing . It will be a tight fit.

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Most companies I've looked at indicate 35x12.5 on 20x9 will fit at 5.75 backspacing.

 

Some have indicated success on stock 20s (6.06 backspacing) with 35x12.5, but I believe that was cast control arms. Others have run 35x11.5(?) with stamped UCAs with success? 

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CST 4.5” lift, no trimming necessary with 9” wheels. I’m running only 34’s with plenty room for 35’s

 

 

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CST 4.5” lift with front Coil Overs and rear Piggyback Resi’s. 295/60/20 +1 offset (34”) Nitto Ridge Grapplers

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For the most part, I would say it would be minimal. This of course depends on wheel offset, and tire brand etc. On my previous regular cab, I ran 18x9 Cragar's with +20mm offset, paired with a set of 34x12.50R18 BFG KO2 tires. I was only running a BDS 2" leveling kit up front and I only rubbed the inner sway bar (I believe) at full turn in reverse.

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