The Body Lift Thread

Discussion in 'Stock Suspension + Bolt On Kits' started by squeaky3, Dec 10, 2009.

  1. Legend20seVen

    Legend20seVen Newbie

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    I have a 3 inch body lift...and have new 3 inch keys to be installed. Would 37s be able to fit with the new keys and blocks?
     
  2. magimerlin

    magimerlin I'm Awesome

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    Hope you didnt pay much if anything for those keys.... the stock keys will max you out against the bump stops long before they run outta adjustment. Keys are a gimmick to get you to spend money.....

    And with out trimming, no, I do not believe 37's will fit and be able to let you turn without hitting your fenders.

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  3. Cole Chambers

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    My 97 k1500 has a 3 inch body lift, 2 inch block and torsion bars cranked. I’m running 285s on my 16x10 ultra 164s. Could I fit 35s without cutting much of my fender?
     
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    Hey guys instead of lifting the front bumper has anyone tried to use an c3500hd front bumper filer ? I'm thinking about doing a body lift on my c3500 dually and I want to use the HD bumper filler to give some more air flow for the 6.5
     
  5. Cole Chambers

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    3 inch body lift and 285/75r16

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    How much did you have to cut from the back of the fender?
     

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