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To take measurements you will need the suspension at the proposed ride height and front end aligned at that height, since height affects caster and camber. You will have to measure suspension travel and front tire turning clearance. At the rear you will have to look at clearance when one side compresses because the "camber" changes so radically.
 

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The last year, three of the major magazines had articles about mounting large tires and wheels, and showed neat tools to determine clearance without actually mounting real wheels and tires on the vehicle.

I gave the information on threads.

You might try going to CC, HR, and PHR sites and doing a site search.

Here's the critter from Jeg's. :thumbup:

http://www.jegs.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product2_10001_10002_761153_-1
 

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