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FINALLY GOT MY 2" RC LIFT INSTALLED...WHAT A BIG DIFFERENCE IT MADE. WITH THE NEW WHEELS AND TIRES AND THE LIFT IT RIDES SMOTHER THAN IT DID. VERY PLEASED SO FAR. I AM PUTTING UP SOME PICS OF THE BEFORE AND AFTER.

I WENT WITH A SET OF 255/70R17 FALKEN Rocky Mountain ATS TIRES MOUNTED ON XD SERIES SPY WHEELS (17X8, 18 OFFSET, 5.21 BACKSPACING)
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Look good!!!!




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That looks great. What a difference those wheels/tires and lift made. Congrats.

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looks great!
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Is there any rub at full lock?
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im sure therez rub at full lock

wish no lol
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The lift kit really gave a better stance and higher ground clearance for better off road activities. If there would be some rubbing issue at full turn try to install some wheel spacer 1" will do.
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Nice wheels same as I went with. A nice mix of black and machined.
Looking good!
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I do not have any rubbing at full lock.
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