Can anyone show me there 4" lift on 35's?

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  1. Orion

    Orion Senior Member

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    Sup everyone! Merry Christmas!

    I was wondering if anyone can show me a picture of their 4th gen with a 4" lift and 35' tires? I have some christmas money plus I get paid soon so I'll finally have the money to lift my truck up. Was just wanting to see some pictures of some 4" lifts with 35's. I'm planning to put them on a 35x12.50x20 Atturo Trail Blade MT with -44 offset Moto Metal 962's.

    I was also considering just going to 6" if its worth the money.​
     
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    4.5 Inch lift, on 34.6. Is pretty much the same height as my friends with a 4" and 35's
     

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    4" Zone lift with 35s. I have the Bilsteins set at 1.4. And 3" coil springs in the back.
     

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    Those look pretty nice, anyone else?
     
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    6" zone w/ 5" rear, bils @ 2.1 on 35x12.5x20 toyo mts...for what its worth, if you dont have any height resttictions, go with the 6" its like $100 more.
     

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    The diff in $$ may as well go 6" imo .
    I'll be Going 6" with 35"AT s for spring and summer and putting on 37" MT s for deer season and winter driving , this way I'll get maximum time ( 3-4yrs) out of the two sets of tires .
     
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    Yeah I have no height restrictions, just maybe my own height LOL.
     
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    Just depends on the look you are after. It seems most would prefer the 6 inch, but I ran a 4 inch lift on both of my trucks now. I just prefer the 4 inch look more.
     
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    4" Mopar (Superlift) with Bils at 1.4 on 35x12.5r17[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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    IMG_0776.JPG here is one with my trailer attached IMG_0368.JPG


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