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Fitting 35in tires with stock 20 in wheels what is the smallest lift I can do

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He is just projecting his opinion in a dickish way. He is trying to state that trucks aren't made to be lifted, and that you won't have any power after doing that setup. Not sure why he even wasted his time to be honest.


 Regarding your question, I have seen a few people rock the Zone 4.5 Lift with Stock Rims on 35's and also BDS 4'' Lift on 35's with stock rims. They stated no rubbing/trimming. You might just have to slightly trim the plastic valence in the front. 


They are in the suspension lift thread.


https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/profile/153202-seatimber/content/ - This guy has Zone 4.5 on some 295/65/20 and had no trimming needed.

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This was when I first got the truck.  35in tire on the stock 20in wheel.  Truck was only leveled.  It did rub on full turns.  It didn't stop rubbing fully until I lifted the truck and did a off road bumper.  My Fuel wheels rubbed a bit until all that was done.


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