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    Default 35's with a leveling kit???

    I was wandering if i could fit 35 inch tires on my 05 silverado with leveling keys and an add-a-leaf...I have 33's on now with absolutly no rubbing and my torsion bars are not tightened at all. Just want some input on if anyone thinks i could fit them or not..Thanks in advance
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    Check out drkbluZ71's profile, I think he was running something smilar but then added a lift .

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    i have an 04 and 35s on the stock rims with no rubbing. thats with the RC full leveling kit for 189

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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan1029 View Post
    i have an 04 and 35s on the stock rims with no rubbing. thats with the RC full leveling kit for 189
    I have the same kit on mine and plan to add a set of 35s very soon
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    35's will fit but it depends on how wide they are. Too wide and they'll rub when you turn unless you get a bigger lift. And nice tires redneckarmyMP, i run the same tires except mine are 265's and ten plys. I dont know what ply your running. But if your getn new tires soon, definitaly get a set of Cooper Discoverer STT's when you get your 35's. They cant be beat.
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    Those are the ones I plan on gettin in 315s.I've always been happy with the performance and life I get out of the coopers

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    Dont forget that you may want to upgrade the gears in the diffs.. Just a thought less wear and tear on your tranny.. Also better performance with those bigger tires.. And with a little luck mabey some better fuel economy..
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