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Old 10-22-2008, 09:33 PM   #1
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35 inch tires?

I was wondering if 35's will fit on my 4runner! It has a lift on it already that the PO put on. Im not to sure how much it is. I measured the fromt sway bar brakets and the are about 3 inches long. so I was wondering if 35's would clear. I dont mind if they rub a little bit but not alot. If any one could shed some light on this that would be great. Thanks
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the best way to see is to flex your suspension out like on an rti ramp or something, then take a tape measure and see how much extra clearence you have. if you have 31's like your sig says then make sure you have at least 5 or so extra inches of clearence around the fenders, leaf springs, sway bar, arm ect.

but since you dont know if what your lift is i doubt they will fit, since it takes a lot of lift to properly clear 35's on a toyota.
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I was wondering if 35's will fit on my 4runner! It has a lift on it already that the PO put on. Im not to sure how much it is. I measured the fromt sway bar brakets and the are about 3 inches long. so I was wondering if 35's would clear. I dont mind if they rub a little bit but not alot. If any one could shed some light on this that would be great. Thanks
You need at least 4" of lift to clear them but if you have a bracket lift you will also need to do some pinch weld trimming and a wheel with 3.75 -4" backspacing to run a 12.5 wide tire.

If you have a 5 speed you are gonna want or need a set of 5.29 or 5.71 rear end gears front and rear to get any kind of decent power out of the set up. I believe and not quite sure but I believe with auto tranny you will need 4.88 rear end gear sets both ends.

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