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probably not. i have a 5" lift with 36x12.5 16 and they barely don't rub.
 

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Im sure you can I have a friend with a 01' off-road and he has 35x12.50 buckshot maxxis mudders on the factory rims and he dont get any rub at all.
 

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You should be able to. I ran 315/75/16 with the stock Offroad setup. I didn't go wheelin because of too much fender rub, but 5" cleared that problem.
Now I want more rubber!
 

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i have 2 inch daystars on my off-road and run 33/12.5/R16 on 16X10 rims. they dont rub at all in the street but look like they might if i really stuff the tire up in there. i just got it back today so i havent had a chance to try it yet, but i will tomorrow. i would doubt 35s would fit with 10 inch rims.
 

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well before the daystars i measured in at 42.5 inches in the back and 39.5 inches in the front wheel well to the ground. thats a 3 inch difference. i havent measured it after the daystars but im guessing the rear is still about 1 inch taller. but it looks level when looking at it. i just flexed it out today and theres no rubbing at all. the closest i could get it to touch was 1/2 inch when i locked the wheel and stuffed it as far as it would go. i have pics of what it looks like now if you want me to email you them.
 

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44" up front and 45 in the rear. Rough Country's 3" on top of the Off Road lift.
Their control arms (upper and lower) are longer than stock. Good luck
 

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my measurements are now 42.5 in the rear and 41.5 up front. before the daystars the front was 39.5, so i got a full 2 inches. my front bumper height went from 18 inches to 20.5 inches, center to the ground.
 
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