Hehehehehe... you're gonna love this answer. :xdevil:
They are big...
You had me busting a gut with that answer!
tires, 42" IROKs
To relate back to normal reality... its ran 37's with the axle 2" forward, a flattened seam on the firewall, and very minor fender trimming at the back edge of the front fenders. Never ran it with the sheetmetal bed.
At this point Id like to drop it about 2". Its not unstable, just big. So when I lean it over I hit the roof and A-pillar on rocks, and the occasional tree.
Mike has a pretty decent idea, to leave the body lift and suck up the drivetrain. Our tcase is pushed up about 2".
Seriously though, I tend to run a much lower truck than almost anyone youll run into. I like em low, a bit wide, and the biggest tire that fits, plus a bunch. Last rig was about 4" lift, and 40's. Its sort of like driving an oversized go kart. There is a trade off. I tend to run fairly minimal uptravel in the suspension. This rig sits with about 2" compression. The suspension is built for droop. Rides fine, handles fine. Just hits the bumpstops when I jump it. But I probably should quit doing that! Yes, I have to cut sheetmetal. But thats good in 2 ways. If its not there, I cant dent it. And 2, Im nice and low, so I keep the broken windshields and crushed cabs to a minimum.