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Hello, I purchased a 3 inch lift, from rough country ,and after sending lots of parts back and forth to get the right ones,it is on there, I like the look of it, I put 285-75-16 tires on the stock 7 inch aluminum rims, they rub just a bit when I turn hard , in the parking lot , but not enough to worry about..if I dont hang an axle under it , a body lift will be next....
 

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Thats weird that you get rubbing with 285's and a 3" lift. my dad has a 2wd with 265's and still a little bit of room, they really do fill up the wheel wells, though.
 

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I put the rough country 2inch spacer lift and a 1 inch lift in the rear and they said my max tire size is 265 75 R16. And there is no rubbin at all.
 

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Hey, as you can see by my specs I had a stock 2wd quad cab, did the Pro-Comp 3" Suspension lift (that's a spindle/block kit), and my 285/75/r16's clear. I couldn't go any bigger, but those fit. hope that helps.
 
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