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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-28-2012, 03:19 AM Thread Starter
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Which lift for 35's

Hey guys. I just got my 2013 2500 sierra in, and I'm trying to decide on which lift to purchase. I have a set of xd series misfits from my previous truck, and I would like to use them. They are 20x9 with 0 offset and 5.5 bs. I wish to run 35's on the truck and wanted to know the best height and brand to go with. Please help.
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-28-2012, 04:20 AM
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I guess I'm SOL. It was a '10 Chevy.
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i would SERIOUSLY consider the BDS 6.5" kit. has lots of options and a lifetime no questions asked warranty



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Thanks guys. I was thinking about the 5" zone. Any opinions on it?
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my buddy has a 6'' zone, its made by BDS, hes happy with it and it looks to be pretty good..

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I put a 4" Rancho on my 2011 LML. I love it!
Do 35's fit without cutting anything on your truck? I have a 2007.5 NBS with a leveling kit that with 285/70-17 tore up the wheel well liners. I found a good deal on some 315/70-17 with nicer rims that I would like to put on and was wondering if 4" lift was enough.

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Thanks guys. I was thinking about the 5" zone. Any opinions on it?
If you don't mind the torsion bar drop, zone is top notch!

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