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devinroberts13

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Hey all, looking to give my 22 Custom TB a more aggressive look by throwing on some 34-35 inch tires. Wondering what kind of Lift/Level/Spacers you guys are running to have the bigger tires. Thanks!!
 
Browse/search the forum. There's tons of threads on here for this info and setups and pictures as well.
 
Whatever lift you chose, make sure to upgrade the upper control arms to accommodate the increased angle above stock. Readylift has some good kits with the 1.75 or 2” SST. Tons of info here. Good luck and put up some before and after pics.
 
35x12.5’s no lift no rub. The front fender well I removed the rear fender liner bracket zip tied the liner back further. The front fender liner bracket I cut off and zip tied it more forward to give me the room needed. I put RC fender flares on which help give clearance. Otherwise you need to modify/remove the mud flaps the gain space. I also took out 1” in the rear because I don’t like the Chevy rake.
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So many variables to consider.
It depends on your ultimate goal. Mine were mostly cosmetic but also wanted a capable truck for light off road use.
Went with a ReadyLift 2in kit, Toyo 295-70s on stock TB wheels. Added a bunch of
personal preference cosmetic stuff.
Dollar for dollar my best mod was a 30in LED light bar mounted behind the grill. I use it every morning 445am on the 3 mile narrow, curvy, animal populated, road to get me to the freeway then another 10 miles to work. Best $100 I’ve ever spent.
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The 30" bar is better than the 2 grill mounted RC lights? Is the 30" a single or double row? Been considering a 30" bar for mine but I have a custom so the RC grill lights aren't an option for me.
 
The 2 RC lights are well engineered, look like OEM, but are no where close to the brightness of the single row LED bar.
I considered a two row but I think a lot of the light would be blocked by the grill.
 
35x12.5’s no lift no rub. The front fender well I removed the rear fender liner bracket zip tied the liner back further. The front fender liner bracket I cut off and zip tied it more forward to give me the room needed. I put RC fender flares on which help give clearance. Otherwise you need to modify/remove the mud flaps the gain space. I also took out 1” in the rear because I don’t like the Chevy rake. View attachment 4610View attachment 4611
Thats a great ride. I'm looking at going with 35 as well with th3 ken block FUEL wheel.
 
The 2 RC lights are well engineered, look like OEM, but are no where close to the brightness of the single row LED bar.
I considered a two row but I think a lot of the light would be blocked by the grill.
so you are recommending the LED bar to see waaaaay down the hwy over the RC lights ?

I ask this because I'm still trying to decide what will work best to see long distance... what brand do you have ?
 
Yes. The LED bar throws a lot of light a long way. Mine is a LASFIT purchased on Amazon for $90 a yr ago.
I've seen $100 30in curved double row LED bars that mount on the front bumper. I'd bet they put out a ton of light with no grill obstruction.
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2021 Custom Trailboss, 22x14 w/-76 offset, 37x13.5 tires and McGauhy's 9" lift
 

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