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ok hears the deal. Its tire time and I gota figure out what I will do. Im thinking of buying some 2 inch spacers and puting some 34 inch truxs mts on my truck. Do yall think I will have enough room in the back fenders to fit those 34s and still be ok to felx it? I am also just thinking staying with my 33s i can fit them fine with my stock suspension and have no issuse at all. My truck is a 96 dodge 2500 8800 GVWR for those wondering. Thanks for the help guys!
 

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On 2005-11-21 19:16, POWERSTROKEHEUI wrote:
ok hears the deal. Its tire time and I gota figure out what I will do. Im thinking of buying some 2 inch spacers and puting some 34 inch truxs mts on my truck. Do yall think I will have enough room in the back fenders to fit those 34s and still be ok to felx it? I am also just thinking staying with my 33s i can fit them fine with my stock suspension and have no issuse at all. My truck is a 96 dodge 2500 8800 GVWR for those wondering. Thanks for the help guys!

Your sig states you have LT295s on your truck now, which basically are 34", right?

I have 2" coil spacers and I am running LT285s on the stock 16X8 forged aluminum rims. The LT285s after being mounted under my truck are 32.5" tall.

For about a year, I ran LT315s (Dumlop Radial Mud Rover) on 16X8 Weld rims (4.5" backspacing). I could barely, and I mean barely, rub the front tires. The rear tires were never an issue. The LT315 size Mud Rovers are listed to to be 34.5" tall and after I had them installed on the Weld rims and mounted on my truck they were right at 34" tall.
 

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They actualy messure out to 32.7 inches tall. I realy would love to get 39.5s when the truck is payed for in a few more years and id hate to waste money on lifting if thats what i feel i realy want to do. I may just spend the money on headers and just put some 305s on the truck.
 
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