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Nevermind....helps when you look at the stickies....
 

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seriously thinking about it. I guess I should find out what the biggest tires I can clear at stock height, and then compare that to what's the biggest I can clear after I add the 4" lift to the truck, which may take a while.... I'm currently sitting on P235/75R15 If I remember correctly, however, I could be VERY wrong....they're stock-sized tires right now, I know that :)
 

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Unless I can find a real nice set of rims that are bigger, I think I'm gonna stick with the factory 15" aluminum rims. I love the look of them, perfect for a suburban.
 

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Only reason I was asking, is I'm guessing your rim is 7 or 7.5" wide. With a 4" lift you could probly handle a 32 or 33" tire. Might look kinda tall and skinny. I know mine did on my f150 with the factory 7.5" rim. Just a thought :great:
 
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