If it's a strut lift it actually doesn't improve clearance when you hit a bump. Contrary to popular belief. The drop-bracket lift would help though.Looking for 4.5 in or 3 inch with like a +18 offsett
What do you mean by strut lift and drop-bracket lift?If it's a strut lift it actually doesn't improve clearance when you hit a bump. Contrary to popular belief. The drop-bracket lift would help though.
Alignment, UCAs, offset, wheel width, and exact tire dimensions are all important factors.
For any 35 expect to remove mudflaps and push liner forward. You might need to cut the body mounting depending on details.
Yes, all 5x150.
Wish I had some good pictures handy...What do you mean by strut lift and drop-bracket lift?
Wish I had some good pictures handy...
A strut lift (usually 3" or less) just lengthens the strut or increases the spring preload (either via spacers or new struts). At max suspension compression, the tire will still come up far enough so the hub (widest part of the tire) is even with the stuff you are worried about hitting (body mount, front liner, etc).
The bracket lifts lower your whole suspension system relative to the frame and are typically 6" or more. On a 6" lift for instance the tire will be 6" lower at max compression relative to the frame, and that can buy you some clearance.
See if this helps: http://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tu...t-lifts-tire-size-wheel-offset-clearance.htmlMan I really wish there was a good primer on suspension/lift/leveling options for noob non-mechanically inclined people to learn. I've been reading up and I'm still lost. Ended up putting 3/1 leveling spacers. Doesn't increase travel but raises it enough to easily clear 35's and give the frame/body more clearance. I off-road but only casually so I didn't think I needed more. Would still like to better understand options for future mods.