The Stupid Lift Questions Thread

Discussion in 'Stock Suspension + Bolt On Kits' started by Mike, Dec 3, 2009.

  1. Lone Wolf8634

    Lone Wolf8634 Newbie

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    Thanks. Like I said, I just hate the way the wheels look like they're tucked up under the truck like it was meant to ride on a RR track. I'm pretty sure there are rims that would accomplish my goal but I don't wanna spend another $1000 dollars on them.

    ETA: it seems to me that the front axle is wider than the rear. Can you get wheel spacers by the pair so I could even them up?
     
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    Wow! Nice truck. If I can get mine to look like that I'll be overjoyed.
     
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    MDR-97-Z71 400 Obsessor

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    GM designed the front end that way, helps out the turn radius, of course with bigger tires they won't look as tucked up but don't forget craigslist can be your friend for finding rims and tires, cheaper than $1000 lol


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  4. Lone Wolf8634

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    Well it looks goofy IMHO!:Big Laugh:

    I suppose I'll need to learn what offset means and look around to see if I can't find some decent rims too.
     
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    TylerZ281500 Yukon Ridin High

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    superlift is a company thats been around longer than just about all the others that makes superlift.
     
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    I have ano 89 k2500 and I am going to run 35s is 4" enough to clear everything.? I will be using simulated bead locks with right around 4" of back spacing?
     
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    Scratched 35s I have 265s now and tbars are all the way down. I am going to crank as little as possible and use 285s instead. Wheel spacers in rear to match fronts.
     

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