Haven't seen much on here with a 265/40/22, mainly 265/35/22. What are your thoughts on the 265/40 with a 4/6 on 22" snowflakes, 31mm offset. Want to try to squeeze out as much compliance that I can....
I had 40s when I first dropped my truck lower.
I had 2" spindles up front, stock springs.
Hanger/Shackle in the rear.
When I went lower I put a 3" V6 lowering spring, and flipped my UCAs
The rear got a flip and 1" lift shackles.
On turns, my 40s were hitting my front fenders, as well as the rears.
With the 35s they dont hit the sides of the fenders, just the stock tubs up front.
Takes a bit of a bump, but they hit. The 40s...you fart near the front and it'd hit.
But to me...the 40s rode a billion times better and looked better too.
X2 on the tailpipe... I hated draggin mine get out of driveways so I got a turndown right after the muffler... lately getting kinda annoying too much cab noise I might get it routed over the axle tucked after the rear wheels
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