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Can you put on a set of chains with a 3/1 level running 35's on a 18" wheel?

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2011 Rock Warrior, Rough Country 3inch front, Coach built 2inch shackels in the rear and 35x12.50 KM2s on the stock RW rims.
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2011 Rock Warrior, Rough Country 3inch front, Coach built 2inch shackels in the rear and 35x12.50 KM2s on the stock RW rims.


Sweet looking rock warrior. Did you need to get longer rear shocks for the 2" shackles?
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Sweet looking rock warrior. Did you need to get longer rear shocks for the 2" shackles?
Thanks Man. No not with the 2" only lifted 1 - 1.5 so not needed. alot of people are running this set up and haven't heard any one needing longer shocks.

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Can you put on a set of chains with a 3/1 level running 35's on a 18" wheel?
Bump for the answer to this question! Stock TRD rims, 3/1 Truxxx, 285/75r18 or 275/70r18? Do not wish to mod body mount, but everything else is ok.

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Did you have to do any trimming? Spacers? Anything?

35s with the trd 17s go on tomorrow. Gotba 3" level so im curious.
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Can you put on a set of chains with a 3/1 level running 35's on a 18" wheel?
If you live where it snows, might be a good idea to have a spare set of stock rims and tires for the salt and crud you're gonna end up with. Front clearance is tight to begin with.
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Sweet!!
did u have any issues with the tire size.... im trying to decide on a tire size.

ome doing the OME lift up front and +3 shackles in the rear.

i have the 2012 TSS 20" wheel

im wanting the 275/65/20(34.1 x 10.8) or the 285/65/20(34.6x11.2) BGF AT

I didn't buy a 40k truck to drive thru the mud; I got a 4 wheeler for that

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I have a question for everyone with 35's on there tundra. Does putting that large of a tire affect the shifting of the transmissoin? Has anyone experianced anything weird with their trucks after the larger tires were put on?

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I have a question for everyone with 35's on there tundra. Does putting that large of a tire affect the shifting of the transmissoin? Has anyone experianced anything weird with their trucks after the larger tires were put on?
0, zero, shifting issues. I recommend the hyper tech speedo calibration module. Corrects speed, odometer, MPG's etc.


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Thanks Man. No not with the 2" only lifted 1 - 1.5 so not needed. alot of people are running this set up and haven't heard any one needing longer shocks.
So happy to see the 35"s have RW with a 3x2 lift and as soon as bf's where out im going 35" however to the question of rear shocks ..normal riding like stock but if u go over a unusually big speed bump the shock bottomes OUT....havent done anything with it yet but will eventually get long travels.
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did u have any issues with the tire size.... im trying to decide on a tire size.

ome doing the OME lift up front and +3 shackles in the rear.

i have the 2012 TSS 20" wheel

im wanting the 275/65/20(34.1 x 10.8) or the 285/65/20(34.6x11.2) BGF AT
I plan on the BGF AT as well I have 295/65/18 Duracraps now. Im going to run a +18 offset with 305/65/18.

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