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by law, have the “ Mansfield “ safety bar . 
Over size tires also increase stopping distance by generally 20 to 25% as well as increased demands / wear on pads rotors , steering components and so on and so forth .
 


Figured the bar was so cars don't go under the truck. Never realized it was so there's equal bumper to bumper. Also what about increasing brake size along with tire size?


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18 minutes ago, The Jerkman said:


 

 


Figured the bar was so cars don't go under the truck. Never realized it was so there's equal bumper to bumper. Also what about increasing brake size along with tire size?


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If you increase the weight/tire size enough, bigger brakes are required and yes they can do as good or better job than stock set up.  And gearing may be required if you don’t want a dog   

Mine was not that big of a change weight wise for brakes and already had the upgraded 4.10 from the factory. 

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