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Hey yall, I'm putting a 4inch suspension lift on my 1989 W100. I'm running 31x10.50x15 tires on it now and I would like to move up to either 33s or 35s. Only problem is, I'm having trouble finding 35s to fit that wheel size. The wheels I have now are a 5 lug, 5.5 bolt pattern. What wheel size would I need to fit 35s on the truck? Thanks.
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I"m not sure how it will work out with clearance of the fenders or suspension (I'm not familiar with the spec on the W100, but you can get 35's on a 15" rim.

Here's a link to 8 different tires on tirerack → tirerack

If you need a different rim to allow a 35 to fit, or just want a larger selection of tires, there are a lot of options for 16" and 17" rims.

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