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hey guys Chris here,

I have a 2000 Dodge Durango 4wd. I want to put a about a 3inch body lift on it. What size tires would fit on it?
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i have heard the same thing. I'm going to try some 32's or 33's. I can get some like 32.8 or somewhere around there. I might try those. What about exhaust.? what would you suggest?
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I have a 2000 RT 4x4 with a 3 inch body lift. 33's will not fit without rubbing. 31's are the biggest you can get without modding the fenders. They rub right at the bottom where the front bumper wraps around.
 

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ok i was thinking the samething i wasn't sure though. so i though i would try 32's. The durango's are so tight around tire. 31's wouldnt look bad. I'l go with that.
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31's are the biggest you can get without modding the fenders. They rub right at the bottom where the front bumper wraps around.[/QUOTE said:
how hard would it be to modify the fenders to fit 33's
 

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how hard would it be to modify the fenders to fit 33's
I need to correct my earlier post. I looked, I have 32 X 10.50 X 17;s on my D. Not 31's

As for modding the fenders... I don't think it would be too hard. The rears will fit 33's no problem. The front is where the rubbing is. You might be able to roll the fenders.
 

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i have 33 12.50s on mine and i know this is kinda backyard sounding but i cranked my bars by 4 turns now it sits level and i clear them with little to no rub at all
 

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My bars are cranked as well. But I only went enough to level it out. On mine, the inside edge of the front tires rub the fender liners at full turn. Other than that there is no rubbing.
 
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