Want to run 34 x10.5x15 need cheap lift options

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I saw that truck on Ebay the other day. Very cool ride. I was thinking about ordering them as well.
Your going to need a 4 inch lift for sure. Sky Jacker will probably be your cheap option.
I went with the TPI Smokey Mountain trail ride lift. It wasn't that expensive.
 
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While those tires look cool, they aren't Street friendly FYI. They are loud, wear very fast, and are kinda sketchy around corners.
 
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Horrible tires above 45
I had two sets and two different shops couldn't get them balanced . Not even close
They would bounce and shake all the time above 50
Very hard to drive above 40 mph and NOISY
Look very cool but.......

I would get bfg 33x10.5 MTS
WAY better
Of coarse ......IMHO
 

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I have a used set of Rancho lift springs for $150 plus the ride. Depending where you are, shipping can quickly become a deal killer.

If you're interested, please call me at my shop. I avoid doing business by PM.

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I saw that truck on Ebay the other day. Very cool ride. I was thinking about ordering them as well.
Your going to need a 4 inch lift for sure. Sky Jacker will probably be your cheap option.
I went with the TPI Smokey Mountain trail ride lift. It wasn't that expensive.
This rig only has shackle lift. How is that possible?
 
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What is a better choice with same tall skinny look?
Probably 33x10.5x15 super swamper radials. Pretty close in looks and better street manners. Or bfg mud terrains. You could fit either tires with a 2.5" suspension lift on stock wheels.
 
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from 2000 to 2003 i was riding on 31x10.5 tsl swamper bias ply tire on my 77 fj40 , i drove it all weekend , road, trail and highway , once they warm up its not that bad and you get used to it .
So if it is just a weekend warrior and for taking small ride around town i said go for it , Nothing look like a super swamper :smokin:
 

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I also had a set of these on a 40. As stated, once they warm up they are a great tire. I've had two sets and mine did not wear out fast. They are also a very good mud tire too.
 
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