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Re: What all do I need to do to get 35x12.50x20’s to fit?
In cased you're not aware, getting 35's to physically fit in the wheel wells is the least of your problems (and expense).
Going to tires this large in diameter will significantly affect overall gear ratio, and will degrade driveability and increase fuel consumption unless you re-gear both differentials to return the overall gear ratio to something closer to the original ratio.
So you might think that just mounting big tires might make your rig look 'bad azz', but better plan on spending another $2K+ on re-gearing if you want to maintain street driveability, or ever take your rig off-road.