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What size tire will fit under this truck with stock suspension and 18 inch rims

Sle 4wd ext cab short bed fleetside

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Deffinitely a 215/75 18 will fit

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If you do all of this, you may reach your 4" lift. Your ride quality once you start changing springs and limiting travel in the suspension will probably deteriorate. As your car is a body on frame design, you may be able to put spacers of 1/2" to 1" under the body to frame mounts. You would need to make up the distance for the steering shaft, A/C lines and possibly hoses throughout.

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I hope my solution is very helpful to you in deciding what you to do.

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