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Really depends on the truck, I have a 4" lift with 33's. I could probably stick 35's under there but it would be tight...probably too tight. I am intending on going up in tire size, but I'm planning a shackle flip to gain a couple of inches. For planning purposes, I would say a least 5 or 6...and I'd lean towards 6. But then you might have to modify your brake lines and possibly the driveshafts.
 

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all you need is 4 inches and a little fender trimming /
dont forget the GOLDEN rule of wheeling - as big a tire with as low a lift as you can get
works off the theory of gravity and the center there of
 

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6in lift is what i would go with, which will require new driveshafts and longer brake lines, new steering pieces (dropped pitman, raised steering, or crossover) and some other small stuff.

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Yep 6in is the way togo. i have 35 with a four inch lift and off road they rub. but with a handy hammer u can fix it. lol

 

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I run 4" susp lift on mine stk brakelines and d-shafts with 35" tires and only had to trim a 1/2" off the front side of the front wheel well only because i went to 10" wheels for improved stance.If i had 8" wheels probably wouldnt rub at all.Just remember wheel width affects rubbing etc almost as much as tire diameter.
 
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