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C10 5/7” drop

Discussion in 'Tech Discussion' started by Jason Reed, Jan 18, 2020.

  1. bluex

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    You should not have any clearance issues with those arms but it will still kind of depend on the rim. They are much narrower in the ball joint area so it will help for sure.
     
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    Maybe he is going for a lowrider squat? Haha
     
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    yeah, I’m not sure. Your post reflects Cooper’s. I show these specs for the Hankook’s. I can’t believe they would be that different. I show about an inch taller in front. I’ll have to see how it looks. I’ve seen this front/rear combo ran before, No?

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    I've got a truck with 275/60 up front and 295/50 on the rear. They were on the truck when I bought it, the shorter rear tire bugs me a little bit, but not enough to do anything about it. The truck would look better lowered I think.

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    I personally think it would look good with the same size tires, and different rims.
     
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