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.
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.
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.
Join the Pavement SuA forum community dedicated to off-road vehicle owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about trail reports, builds, performance, modifications, classifieds, troubleshooting, drivetrain, and more!cks forum to discuss all types of off-road activities, vehicle modifications and repairs, land use issues and even camping and fishing.