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Ok since i am relatively new to the wheelin deal other then ATVs i have a fit question... do you guys think dat 42 x 14.50 tires would fit under a bronco with 6" suspension and 3" of body lift without too many proplems? and i know i will have to upgrade axles too... probably go with Dana 60s... thanks guys :toothless

Edit: and i will be runnin cutout fenders with bushwacker flares
 

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davids78bronco said:
I would say that would fit the tires just fine. And for your soft top question, do a search for "soft top group buy"
ok thanks bro :toothless
 

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Edit: and i will be runnin cutout fenders with bushwacker flares
ehh, I wouldn't. They'll get torn off too easily. Also, with the right rrimming, you can run 42" tires with no body lift and 4" suspension. So, you might rethink the body lift. Just a thought. I've got a 6" lift and my 35s look kind of small now...
 

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Lonestar_Bronco said:
ehh, I wouldn't. They'll get torn off too easily. Also, with the right rrimming, you can run 42" tires with no body lift and 4" suspension. So, you might rethink the body lift. Just a thought. I've got a 6" lift and my 35s look kind of small now...

it depends. I had a 4" lift. Hogged the crap outta my fenders and was just clearing 38.5's


if your serious about running those size meats. get something stronger in the rear than a D60....
 

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jopes said:
if your serious about running those size meats. get something stronger in the rear than a D60....
like dana 70 out back?... or shoulf i just go all out and throw a couple rockwell's underneath?... it will kill the streetability but hey... gotta do what i gotta do :toothless
 

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70 is good.

10.25/10.50 is better

14 bolt is best because of the $$$$. this one by far would be the cheapest swap.
 
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