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Unread 07-25-2012, 07:00 PM   #1
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Tire Size with Lift and Spacers

I have a 2006 WK 4.7 4x2 an it has a Rusty's 2" Budget Boost kit on it and am wanting to put the largest tire I can WITHOUT lifting anymore, cutting any wheel wells or body parts. I am going to be putting 1.5" Rough Country spacers on as well, but originally looking at it the P265/70/17 might hit the bolt on the UAC.

I guess what I am looking for is with a 2006 WK 4.7 4x2 w/2" suspension lift with 1.5" spacers; what is the largest Nitto Terra Grappler I can get under it with out rubbing ?

Thanks again you guys are awesome!

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