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What size lift will be required to fit 16.5x12" Weld Stone Crushers? The truck is sitting on X-code springs and a mini-pack leveling kit and will not clear. 1/3 turn right and the truck is hitting the front bumper (chrome part) and 1/3 left and ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 02-14-2013, 07:21 AM
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What size lift will be required to fit 16.5x12" Weld Stone Crushers? The truck is sitting on X-code springs and a mini-pack leveling kit and will not clear. 1/3 turn right and the truck is hitting the front bumper (chrome part) and 1/3 left and it hits the actual body panel. I stretched some brand new 35x12.50 BFGoodrich A/Ts on them but will eventually go to 14.50s. Here are my options -

1. Pro Comp 22410 leaf springs
2. Pro Comp 22410 leaf springs with the mini-pack
3. Pro Comp 22610 leaf springs

I am attempting to do this on a budget so I really hate to drop the track arm & pitman arm. What do y'all think?

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If you dont want to cut anything, the standard 4" lift kit will clear easily.
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Sawsall... Problem solved.
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