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Im hoping you guys can help me with this...Maine law limits frame height to 29" in the rear. The lowest part of the frame rail near the rear bumper. I want to install a 6 inch lift and 35's on my 2010 pro-4x crew cab. Looking for anyone with that setup who dont mind grabbing a tape measure quick. Also if you reply please let me know lift make and tires you run cause i know not many are the same. Thanks a million.
 

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Or you could measure yours, add 6" for the lift and half of whatever the difference in the diameter of your OEM tires and the 35s is. I know, real world measurements are best, but there's your fail safe if nobody gets them for you. :)
 

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Or you could measure yours, add 6" for the lift and half of whatever the difference in the diameter of your OEM tires and the 35s is. I know, real world measurements are best, but there's your fail safe if nobody gets them for you. :)
that would make sense...but how many lifts actually lift the rear a full 6"?? And if you lift the front 6 and the back say 4?? or 5?? than the angle of the whole truck changes and the very back of the frame drops slightly more. Im 24" stock and its going to be close. Just looking for a real world scenerio...
 

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Yup, real world is always best.

Is this an inspection thing? If you wind up being just that tad over, air down those 35s when you take it in for that. ;)
 

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typically a 6" lift only raises the rear 3". Add another 1.5" for 35" tires and you're at 28.5"
 

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Lift it and then weld metal to the frame....
 

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Yup, real world is always best.

Is this an inspection thing? If you wind up being just that tad over, air down those 35s when you take it in for that. ;)
ya its an inspection thing...cops and laws on vehicles are rediculous up here...i swear they would leave the scene of a armed bank robbery to pull over the guy who rolls buy with a lifted truck. it took a guy i know who ran a 4x4 shop years of his time and thousands of signatures to get the state to budge the lift laws. they used to be zero lift and zero oversized tires on anything with abs.
 

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i measured mine today at 29.5" See sig for lift specs.
 
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