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What do you guys suggest for lift kits and tire set ups with your lift kits...
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It depends on what you are going to be doing. Personally I would only go with the 27" for a little more clearance but still giving a good COG for trail riding.
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Ditto for me, 27's with a 2" lift kit and your good to go. Love the Swamplites but the pit bulls be lookin good to me too... I got plenty grip and enough clearence that I can get through or over most everything...
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