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

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  1. Orion

    Orion Senior Member

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    I was told by a Maxtrac rep. that the spacer is no longer required in the front, so i'll simply remove it. BTW the 7" lift is $100 something off. I ordered the 7" lift an hour ago, it was only $1,041.00
     
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    My bils are @ 2.1, and I still have about an inch rake. I can measure later, but think i'm like 43.5 front, 44.5 rear. Front was originally 36, rear 39.5. Bils make 38 front with 5.5 lift equals 43.5. I have 5" rear springs.
     
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    43.5 F&R with 2" Thuren coils lol. My 12 1500 was 42.5 F and 43.25 rear with a 4" and Bils at 1.4[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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    sounds about right then... you are nearly 7.5" lift in front. And, are you running 35" tires? That's another 1" raise from stock tires.
     
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    Got the 4" BDS with Bils at 1.4". Sits dead level and couldn't be happier.


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    Looks good!! What's your fender measurements?
     
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    43.5" all four corners.

    My fronts started out at 36.5" and rear was 39.5".





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    So is the consensus among the 4" lift guys that the Bilsteins set at 2.1” leaves with a slight rake & set at 1.4” leaves you level or very close to it?

    Right now I’m Bilsteinless, but considering them for the future.
     
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    Let me ask you this if you don't mind...I have the OEM sport wheels at +19 with a 10mm spacer. That's 21mm off from you. Would 21mm further in look to stupid for those fender flares? I have 295/65/20 nitto G2's and they stick out about an inch right now. Thanks
     

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