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Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ P3 - LT325/50R22 on my 2011 Land Rover LR4?

Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ P3 - LT325/50R22 on my 2011 Land Rover LR4? I'm wondering if these will fit at stock height? I have some ride height adjustment bars that lift the truck 2", so I can use those if it comes down to it. These tires are badass and would really like to see them on my truck. What do you guys think?
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They definitely won't fit at stock height and are highly unlikely to fit with a 2" lift. Those tires are nearly 35" diameter. Now if you get a few more inches lift and a a sawzall you can make it work.

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LR4 lift kit with 18 inch wheels

At 34.8 inches they just will not fit even with a lift.
A Johnson Rod 2.5 inch lift on a LR4 can get you up to 32 inches.
I recommend getting 18 inch compomotive wheels with the added offset like below:

LR3 Lift Kit, LR4 Lift Kit, Johnson Rods

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