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Sooo I just sold my 05 Z and it had 35s with a leveling kit. From what I've gathered the NNBS are much harder to do so. . I'm guessing its because of the more squared off fender wells? Anyways, I plan on getting a NNBS this week and I want to put 35s on it ASAP. I don't want to cut a thing and don't want to cut any corners doing so BUT with that said I'd like to stick with stock wheels and keep a 'clean and simple' somewhat factory look. Pictures, lots of pictures would be appreciated!
 

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35" tires and stock wheels you could get away with a front suspension leveling kit (2"or 2.5"). Either ccm kit or Rough Country kit. Then get a 3" body lift and you should be able to clear the tires.
 

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Thanks for all the feedback guys. Its just so contradicting. There's almost as many saying you can as there are saying you can't. I ran two sets of 33s on my old Z before finally stepping up to 35s and when I did and had no problems I was soo upset I didn't go with 35s from the beginning.
 

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A leveling kit and 1.5 body lift will work with stock rims, and for more clearance a 3 inch body lift with a leveling kit, other than that u will need a 6inch suspension like others have stated
 

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Your right it is because of the skinny fenders. You need a lift for 35's. As you can see above they do not fit with a leveling kit either. So the answer to your question is no you will not be getting 35's asap unless you get a lift asap as well. Yeah its a bummer. :flame:
 

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If you get a lift just make sure the kit is compatible with stock rims cause not all NNBS lift kits are.
 

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think wit your dip stick jimmy, get a 6 inch
 
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