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Ok, so I just ordered my rims from discount tire today( BMF novakane deathmetal). And now I'm thinking of lift and tires.

Lift options
6" BDS
6" pro comp
4" ready lift
5" rcx

Tire options
Toyo m/t
Trail grapplers
Cooper zeon ltz

Ok, with those options, what would be your combo?
If you have other suggestions, please feel free to let me know. It's for a ext cab deep ruby metallic nnbs.

 

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I'm kind of biased. BDS and Trail Grapps
 

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BDS is my favorite suspension because of their lifetime warranty. Toyo's have the best mileage for a mud tire compared to Nitto/Mickey but I l.o.v.e. my trail grapplers. more than aggressive for mild to hectic situations. but quiet and comfortable on the road.
 

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cst and toyos
 

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IMO go with Fabtech or BDS, but what size tires are you going to run??
 

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Fabtech, Bulletproof, Cognito

Toyo MTs
 

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Depends how high you want to go. Fabtech is going to be highest and RCX obviously lowest. I would recommend the toyos though. Have had mine for about 12k miles and they look brand new.

Side note: I like college station. Dad lived out there for a while on one of his jobs, and both of our trucks were actually bought in Bryan/College Station
 

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Whats your budget? If money is no issue I'd probably run a Cognito BUT, that being said. My RCX kit has had no problems and its gotten me out of everything I've ever put it in. Poeple talk a lot of junk about RC but when it comes down to it, unless you're jumping or doing shit you shouldn't be doing in a street truck, any of them will work

That being said, FTS is the one kit I wouldn't run. Those fronts plates just look gawd awful.

I really like my Trail Grapps. If I'm not mistaken, Nitto is owned by Toyo so I'm sure their standards are pretty high.

Good luck!
 
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