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Old January 25th, 2006, 09:35 PM   #1
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Default Got tires!

Picked up some new/unmounted 37x13.5r17 Nittos today for the Ram!

What do I need to clear them? The guys on the DiRT List are saying a 7" kit would be good. Skyjacker is being recommended.
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Old January 25th, 2006, 09:59 PM   #2
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3" suspension and 3" body will clear em with minimal-no rubbing

7" will do the job perfectly

I'm throwin on 37s when I get the cash

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You would probably clear them fine with a the 5 inch kit with the right rim. I love my skyjacker kit. It has been perfact as of yet with a great ride. Fabtech gives you the extended lower controle arms with there kit though which are definently worth their weight in gold.I was clearing 39/15r16 bajas with the 5 inch kit and a three inch body lift with no rubbing. Threw the blocks and spacers in because its just not as cool after a month or two. I would just go big in the first place if I were you. But thats just me. make sure to post some pics when you get it done!
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