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what size did you have before?
I'm guessing you are unlifted right now, so a 2in would definitely help.
You can pick up a set of 2" universal coil spring spacers (look like rubber donuts) for less than $20, I'd try that and see how close you are.
Install them above the spring, between the spring and the perch.
I ran a set of 2" spacers like mentioned above to eliminate some inner fenderwell rub I had at full lock...I was running 33x12.5/16's though.
You may end up trimming or investing in a 3-5" lift.

edit: what year, model, etc. truck do you have?
maybe take a look at the "what hits & what fits" stickied to the top of this forum.
 

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how bad did the 34s rub?

Are the 35s rubbing at full lock, when you hit a bump, full compression...?

If the 34s didn't rub that bad i would piece a 2" kit together.
For less than $100 you can get the coil spring spacers and some AALs (say no to blocks). You shouldn't need to change your shocks with only a 2" kit.
 

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What is full lock?
its when the steering is turned completely to one side as far as it will go
 

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where can i get the 2" spacers
you can get some cheap ones on jc whitney also. they are universal fit and worked pretty good for me.
$20 for a set plus shipping.
 
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