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30 inch tires on 82 Brat

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#1 jsubom


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Posted 08 May 2009 - 05:19 PM

I recently aquired a 1982 brat GL rustbucket.:banana: Not a bad deal for $400. Anyway I got a free set of toyota 6 lugs and found a set of 30x9.5 tires at the junk yard for $100. I have all new suspension on the way (GR-2 front struts, and Gas-a-just shocks for the rear) for $170 shipped.

Now the question is do I do the 2" block lift with 15 degree angles and cut fenders or do I just cut the fenders and make it work? I don't want to deal with going through axles so I'm leaning more toward not lifting. Of course if I can't cut enough to fit the large tires I will lift it and try lowering the crossmember.

Thanks in advance

Sorry, just noticed I posted this in the wrong place. Noob mistake

Not sure how to delete this thread. Mods?

Edited by jsubom, 08 May 2009 - 07:17 PM.
wrong board

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