I don't know it requires their custom TC which is another $3000. It is like a $5k solution without the trans. I would probably look at the ATI kit, much less and they can fit a 4L80.
I can not say enough about the Kanati Mud Hogs, After a year with them I have not been disappointed once. There just a great tire. They are the best bang for the buck. Best price great street ride ( super smoth with no beads or weights) quiet for a mud terrain and they just plain hookup good in all types of terrain, sand, snow, rocks !!!!!And this weekend I'm working on fender trimming and hopefully welding in hydro and hooking it up.
Its in seriooooouuuusssss need of hydro with 39s. 37s was a pain but she ain't happy with 39s.
So far im really happy with going 39s. Not to loud on the street and they roll smooth. No beads or weights. The extra approach and departure angle is night and day. Diff is tiny bit higher too. I'm actually thinking of not going 6inch lift and maybe keeping it 4s.
I do need to buy heavy Dobi 4s tho and cancel my Dobi 6s.
However having that extra 2 inch would be really nice as long as I keep it crawling. Would give me more belly clearance.
I saw @malteserunner @Broski and @Noahrob truck last weekend and spoke extensively with Broski on how he did his cutting. His work was immaculate and looked really good. I'm probably not going to make mine that nice and had 3 examples of how to do it. I think ive decided to copy Noahrob example of pie and rolling and tapping it up to make the lip. Then welding the pie slices together, grinding smooth, seam sealing where needed and then bed line for final step. That's the best compromise for me as mine doesn't need to be super pretty and just functional and strong with no sharp lip to cut a sidewall.NICE!
Keep us up to date on the fitment of those 39s, bumpstops & how much cutting. Im hopefully not far behind you. Im thinking of pie cutting then riviting in thin sheet metal & filling or fiberglass could be a option???
I'll give everyone an update after my first wheeling trip on them. Broski's really likes them from his own words. I like the size and the price!!!! most of all.New tires look great! I've been eyeing these for a while as I'd love to have something bigger than a 37 but smaller than a 40. My Mud Grapplers have served me well all these years but they are ungodly loud on the highway.