I believe that its 3.5" backspacing. I have 32x11.5x15 BFG All Terrains, with just levelling spacers in front with minimal rubbing, and my springs are very saggy. It doesn't hit the a-arms or frame at all though, and I like the wider stance that it gives.I thought that was you, not many people drive your color truck w/ an ARB bumper... how much of a wheel offset do you have?
Nope, not yet. The spacer lift is just getting me by until I can cough up the $ for the bling 'hoes. I'm wanting to do a Donahoe stage 3 kit and move up to 33" BFG Mud Terrains or Maxxis. I figure loading my truck down with snow last winter pretty much did in any positive arch that my leaf springs had remainingYah the wider stance looks nice, i'm looking to get 1.5" eventually but that won't be until i have the spacer lift for a while. So do you not have a suspension lift at all?
Nope, not yet. I got the motor out and just about everything unbolted from the front suspension. I'm gonna try to cut off one of the crossmembers this weekend, but I need to leave the other in place until I weld in a new front crossmember. I need to find someplace local that has decent pricing on steel. I've found some places online, but you end up paying more for shipping than you do the steel itself. Once I source some square tube I'll put in the front crossmember and clean up the front, then I'll go to the back and do crossmembers, etc. I do need to find a good tube bender though. I've seen alot of people using the harbor freight benders with mixed results. It would probably be ok for sliders or a bumper, but for the amount of tube work that I'll have in this thing I'd like to get a good one and keep it as kink free as possible.Hey Eric, thought I would check in with you and see how the project is coming along? any new cuts on the rear section yet?