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    Quote Originally Posted by citiboy View Post
    Rockstar 18x9 with Toyo MT's 38x13.50x18. See my signature for more info.





    Who makes your rear ladders?


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    Gobi


    2008 Hummer H2 Luxury Edition
    Toyo MT 38x13.50x18 on Rockstar. Green keys. 2" rear spacers. 1" bodylift. Cognito UCA, steering bracket, front stab links. Bilstein 5100 shocks. Moog inner/outer tie-rods, pitman, idler arm & bracket with remote zerk. E&G Classics fender flares. ARP 434-1301 ex. man. stud kit. Airaid perf. air filter. Crown Performance brake lines. Warn PowerPlant HD. Rubberduck UCP. Gobi Ranger Roof Rack. Morimoto FX-R 3.0 projector headlights with 55W AC HID kit. Hella Rallye 4000 aux lights. Evans waterless coolant.

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    Thanks. I have a rear tire carrier. Do you think it would work?


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    Yes, it will work. But you might have to relocate your hi-lift jack though.

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    2008 Hummer H2 Luxury Edition
    Toyo MT 38x13.50x18 on Rockstar. Green keys. 2" rear spacers. 1" bodylift. Cognito UCA, steering bracket, front stab links. Bilstein 5100 shocks. Moog inner/outer tie-rods, pitman, idler arm & bracket with remote zerk. E&G Classics fender flares. ARP 434-1301 ex. man. stud kit. Airaid perf. air filter. Crown Performance brake lines. Warn PowerPlant HD. Rubberduck UCP. Gobi Ranger Roof Rack. Morimoto FX-R 3.0 projector headlights with 55W AC HID kit. Hella Rallye 4000 aux lights. Evans waterless coolant.

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    Thanks. Do you know how far it sticks out so I can try to determine if the jack will be an issue.


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    happy 2020, finally done, some pix of my H2 build

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    Quote Originally Posted by hummerologist View Post
    happy 2020, finally done, some pix of my H2 build

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    Looks great. What fender flares and awning are you running?


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    Hi MilamJR, the fender flares are by (E&G) the Wide Version and the awning is from a local brand similar to the ARB brand but slightly longer and wider

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    Quote Originally Posted by hummerologist View Post
    Hi MilamJR, the fender flares are by (E&G) the Wide Version and the awning is from a local brand similar to the ARB brand but slightly longer and wider
    Thanks. I have been considering the E&G fender flares for a while. How much additional coverage do they supply and would you recommend them.


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    you get additional 3" of coverage, equally they're solid and functional and transform the looks of our H2'z. my H2 is on 38"X13.5 Toyo Mud tires and they're fully covered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hummerologist View Post
    you get additional 3" of coverage, equally they're solid and functional and transform the looks of our H2'z. my H2 is on 38"X13.5 Toyo Mud tires and they're fully covered.
    Got some higher priorities like new shocks and better undercarriage protection but these flares are definitely going on my list. I am running 35ís with no modifications and zero rubbing. Did you do anything to accommodate 38ís and do you experience any rubbing?


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    38's fit nicely with a leveling kit. They will certainly rub the wheel/fender well when the suspension compresses off-road, more so in the front than the rear. Mostly when the wheels are straight, if you approach obstacles and compress the front while the wheels are turned slightly to the right or left, it hardly rubs at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big2dabank View Post
    38's fit nicely with a leveling kit. They will certainly rub the wheel/fender well when the suspension compresses off-road, more so in the front than the rear. Mostly when the wheels are straight, if you approach obstacles and compress the front while the wheels are turned slightly to the right or left, it hardly rubs at all.
    Thanks for the feedback. Always like to get information from those with first hand experience.


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    The other thing to remember is to keep an eye on your alignment and steering linkage, ie centerlink, tie rods, pitman, idler, ball joints, etc. 38ís put a lot more stress on these parts, especially if they arenít upgraded to HD parts yet. Iíll hit 300,000 miles this year, and maintenance is always key to a long life.

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    I already have the Dmax tie rods.


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