depends on what kind of springs you have. you can buy coil helpers,
you should be able to get 32X11.50 X 15 mud tires with no lift kit. but
if the front is already saging you will probably want to get that fixed
Very common. Just turn the bolts, at the rear of the torsion bars, till you
get both sides equal. You can get over an inch lift easy. Some say get an
alignment after. I have never got an align on any of my 3 trucks and don't
notice any unusual tire wear.
You don't say chey or GMC (the air damn is different) I know GMC is a slight
trim with 285/75 the Chevy can use a bit larger. The stock wheels (6.5 wide)
shouldn't be used for more than 285s.
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