35's on a 4" lift....NO WAY. i mean ya you can probably fit em under there but when you go wheeling its gonna rub sssoooo much. i talked to a guy that just put a 6" lift on and 35's and he was gonna put on a body cause it rubbed to much off road. 33's would be the most practical thing, a 34 could probably work too but it ill be tight
My sub was stock for a long time with the 33's and i only had minor rubbing off road. Also today i saw a 99 Z71 tahoe that had a 6" RCD lift and a 3" body lift on 40" swampers!!! now that was a huge truck.
I just got finished putting a Trailmaster 6" on a 94' K1500. I am running 35" SSRs and they run a little on the back of the front fender at full lock with no flex. Going to start the fender trimming tonight... :nono:
You'll need at least a 6" suspension lift with a body lift for a "comfort zone". I did some body damage near the rear of the front fenders when I had 35's with a 6 & 3. But if you don't plan on jumping, you might not run into any real problems. Since a body lift costs at most $100, it is a good way to prevent bent sheet metal. Just do me one favor, if you do get a body lift, lift your bumpers too.
98 Chevy extended cab, short bed. 6.5" Cepek suspension, 3" body lift, and so much more. . .
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