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I AM NEW TO THIS BOARD AND AM CURIOUS WHAT ANYONES IDEAS ARE ON HOW BIG A TIRE I CAN PUT ON MY TRUCK W/ A 7.5 INCH FABTECH PERFORMANCE LIFT AND A 3" BODY LIFT...I HAVE A 2004 CHEVROLET 1500 EXT CAB SHORT BED IF THAT HELPS...I WILL POST PIC'S SOON TO IF THAT HELPS...THANKS :D

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I AM NEW TO THIS BOARD AND AM CURIOUS WHAT ANYONES IDEAS ARE ON HOW BIG A TIRE I CAN PUT ON MY TRUCK W/ A 7.5 INCH FABTECH PERFORMANCE LIFT AND A 3" BODY LIFT...I HAVE A 2004 CHEVROLET 1500 EXT CAB SHORT BED IF THAT HELPS...I WILL POST PIC'S SOON TO IF THAT HELPS...THANKS :D

 

 

 

 

 

W/ 10.5" of lift you can do some damage :eek: I'm running 9" of lift and 36x14.50 TSL Radials. You could nicely fit a set of 38.5s. Just be careful, our running gear isn't meant for big meats...

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Yeah, I would put 37's or 38's on it.  If you want flex room, go for the 37s or maybe 36s.

 

 

 

 

 

Any of those is really too big for the axles and brakes in that truck though. If you want to go big you should atleast start out with a 2500 with stronger axles front and rear and bigger brakes too.

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Yeah, I would put 37's or 38's on it.  If you want flex room, go for the 37s or maybe 36s.

 

 

 

 

 

Any of those is really too big for the axles and brakes in that truck though. If you want to go big you should atleast start out with a 2500 with stronger axles front and rear and bigger brakes too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

THANX GUYS....I REALLY APPRECIATE THE ADVICE...CJ

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