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Yes it will work, but will look kinda funny. Sorta like a monster truck runing 35's. <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif"> As far as lift brand, I suggest Skyjacker. They have a verry compleate kit and I have never heard anything bad about the kit. I had a 3" stage 2 on my Y2k 1500 and loved it.

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I run 35's with a 5" lift. I have the Skyjacker kit and its made to accomodate up to a 36" tire. If you want to run 33's, I would go with a 3" lift. Initially, I wanted to go with that setup, but I figured that i'll want to eventually go bigger later, so I got what I wanted the first time...and guess what, Im already thinking of going higher! hahaha! <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/icon_razz.gif">
 

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Doesn't it always seem like you are going all out when you get your lift and tires, then after a month or so, you already want to go bigger. 7 in. of lift and 35's on my bronco looked bad ass at first, but I already want to go to longer shackles, and new springs in the front for 9 in. of lift and that way I could fit a 36 or 37 in. tire no problem. Oh well, I guess I need a second job.
As for those Thornbirds, they are very loud. They are also bias ply, as opposed to radial, so they ride extremely rough until they have warmed up, usually after a few minutes of driving.
 
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