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I got a '95 Tahoe Sport. When i drive over the dunes, the tires (275 60 r16) are hitting the inner side walls. I plan to put in a 3 inch body lift but not sure whether the body lift can take all the abuse from the off roading. All opinions are welcome. By the way, a body lift costs me 150$ and a suspension lift is 10 times more (1500 $) !!!

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Hi Guys

I got a '95 Tahoe Sport. When i drive over the dunes, the tires (275 60 r16) are hitting the inner side walls. I plan to put in a 3 inch body lift but not sure whether the body lift can take all the abuse from the off roading. All opinions are welcome. By the way, a body lift costs me 150$ and a suspension lift is 10 times more (1500 $) !!!

Cheers
Not a real fan of lifting any truck, just me.

It does put unneeded stress on the rest of the suspension.

Also, I have a hard enough time getting in and out of these things as it is.

But for 4 wheeling off road a lot of people swear by them.

If the tires are larger than came on the truck?

That is your problem, but I have been known to be wrong.
 
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