I need to fit 35's tires on my 93 suburban 4×4 8 lug?

I am thinking about putting ia a body lift and a leveling kit (look like metal keys) I want to try to go for for the most inexpensive thing I can find, I do not use my truck for off road at all. I called 4×4 parts and they said they can only sell me either one of the kits but not both (liability reasons) ? does any one know if what I am triying to do is safe?
Sorry I forgot to say that the only reason I am triying to put 35’s is because I got a set of wheels and tires for free. I know the truck is big as it is but can’t pass this oportunity

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4 Responses to I need to fit 35's tires on my 93 suburban 4×4 8 lug?

  1. fearjar October 12, 2010 at 12:07 am #

    Go to rough country they do it right the first time.

  2. jodi d October 12, 2010 at 12:07 am #

    sure it’s safe i see it all the time but 35’s on a suburban. come on man isn’t that truck big enough the way it is.

  3. xturboexpress October 12, 2010 at 12:07 am #

    Don’t think its going to happen cheap… I just looked up some pictures, and an 89 suburban needs an 8 inch suspension AND 3 inch body to just nicely fit 36’s… not a lot of room left at all. I’d say 6 in susp and 3 in body would be the minimum if you didn’t want to rub all the time.

  4. snake October 12, 2010 at 12:07 am #

    if you want cheap i would go with the 6 inch suspension and 3 inch body. the chevys run the ifs so there really isn’t a cheap way to safely lift one, as far as the back goes a 6 inch block will do nicely. leveling can be done simply by adjusting your torsion bars in the front, but if you change their setting you will more than likely need a front end alignment. Personally if it were my truck i would go for a solid axel conversion although they aren’t cheap unless done your self.