A stock vehicle sits with a rake (front is lower than rear)Hey Guys,
I've been following the thread and was looking at the Rough Country as well but the OME is pretty well priced; I have two questions: Is there a reason why I would want my rear to be lifted less than the front and secondly, what would be the largest tire/wheel size that I could get under it once it's lifted?
Thanks in advance.
The reason for this is so that when you have heavy cargo or towing that the vehicle then sits level.
Most folks do not like the way this looks. So, many suspension lifts get rid of this by lifting the front ~3inches and the rear ~2inches. This levels out the vehicle.
Largest tire you can easily fit on stock wheels is a 285 (33")
Largest tire you can fit with some modifications on stock wheels, 315 (35"). By modifications i mean body mount chop, possibly spacers, possibly aftermarket UCA, possibly lower bump stops, etc.