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Once the truck was finished, we replaced the old baloney skins with some 315/75R16 Dick Cepek radial Fun Country IIs (35-inch). We kept the stock 16-inch steel rims for bash-ability and since they had the factory backspacing. If we had used a kit with a new knuckle we most likely would have needed new rims. We headed down the road to Tyerman's Wheel Alignment Service to get the truck dialed in. An average alignment is another $100, depending on your local shop, but an important consideration of your truck's performance. We will return after a few weeks of abuse to determine whether wheeling an IFS truck knocks it out of alignment quickly.