<strong>21.</strong> You’ll need flared fiberglass fenders to cover the newfound track width. The stock front bumper was trimmed to match the larger wheel openings. JD Fabrication recommends up to a 33-inch tire with this suspension system. This truck’s owner went with 33x10.50R15 BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KOs. Unless you’re one of the lucky ones who can write monster-sized checks, the best way to build a project vehicle is in stages. Even though the front suspension now far outperforms the rear, the truck is ready for some fun in the dirt while the owner saves up cash and makes more plans.