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No one answered in the exterior section, so I thought I'd post it here. I want to clear 20 inch rims on a 33x12.5-35x12.5 inch tire on my Chevy Tahoe...I am planning a 3 inch body lift...I know the 33s will clear but what about the width? I really want the 20s to be on a 35 inch tire...what would I need to do to make them fit? What parts do I need and where can I get them? If a suspension lift is required for the 35s, then fuck it, I just want a body lift...if that is the case, how can I get the 12.5 inch width of the tire to clear...right now the tires are 265/75/16 which is 31.6 inches, and there seems to be a lot of room....
 

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You will probably need a wicked crank and body lift to fit 35's, 33's should fit with just a crank.

It's going to depend alot on the backspacing of the wheel you run whether they will fit or not, closer to stock, the less chance of rubbing you'll have.

Keep in mind, with 35's and 20's you're going to be really slowed down with stock gears.
 
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