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I just picked up an 07 with a whole bunch of addons . The two questions at the moment are is it 3in or 6in lift . Has 33x12.5 tires and measurement from top of tire to the center of fender is approx 8.5 in . Front is 7.5. Im thinking its 6in lift theres no spacers I can see . Looks like just shocks (yellow) and springs .
2nd question is how do I tell if it was done correctly so I have no issues down the road. Any help greatly apreciated
 

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I want to go to 33's instead of 35's . Do you think its going to look odd due to the amount of lift .
 

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The fenders will definitely make them look small. I wouldn't go down more than 1-2 steps, maybe to like a 295/70/17. I'm assuming those are 17" wheels. I think you could keep the size and still be happier if you went to a nice AT tire instead of those mudders.
 

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Thats good news . I didnt know 35's would fit with that little lift
I'm running 35s with a 3" lift and stock wheels, so it is possible. I agree with above, 295/70R17 is a good size if you want to step down some.
 
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Wow ...35's are expensive but 295 70's are almost as much . Any tire recommendations in 35x12.5 ?
 

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Anything from a 285 up is going to be in $250-$325+ range. If you don't want the mud tire noise then BFG K02 or Nitto Ridge Grapplers are a good compromise. I have a 3 inch lift with 295/70r17 Cooper STT Pro's. What I don't have is your Bushwacker fender flares. Those will expose your wheel wells more then the stock flares.
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