TRDSteve previously said:
Tires. Yup. Yup. The stock 265 are roughly equivalent to 31-32's me thinks. I'm thinking of only going to 275's (32-33's). 285's would be my absolute limit. However, like you, my BFG's have to wear out first.
Real height difference is important (to me) for garaging.
Don't forget driving notes!
Luckily it looks like I make the garage with 2 or 3 inches to spare before I start ripping off the door spring. It's driving so well. No vibration or anything. It is lighter steering, I think this is due to the rake being gone. I'll bet it's different once I get the bumper and winch on. It really soaks up bumps and again, just drives like a dream. Here it is after:
Measurements are as follows, always before/after in inches
Wheel-well space front: 4.75 / 7.75
Wheel-well space rear: 7 / 7.75
Frame rail center of vehicle: 14.5 / 16.5
Measurement to body line above front bumper: 32 / 36
Measurement to body line above rear bumper: 40 / 41
The frame rail is the real lift measurement I guess and it's just as advertised, two inches on the nose.
Unlike many other folks on the board I am not experiencing ANY body lean. I think that's a symptom of spacer lifts but whatever.
Bottom line is complete satisfaction. In fact I'm happier with the setup than I thought I'd be. Hope that's enough hard data lol