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Old 03-09-2007
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flare for 37s

http://www.fiberwerx.com/04_rangr-fenders.htm

i am thinking of getting some 3"flare 3"rise fenders. do you think that will be enough to run 37s. i am really considering it.

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and if yes i will get them fiberworks is noly 15min from my house. lol
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what kind of lift do you have on ? if any?
what you will have to worry about also is rubbing the firewall too. and the bumper...
fiberwerx is a good company for sure
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Just like a slammed, bodydropped truck trying to tuck 22s....Issues with the firewall will likely occur. Not to mention innerfender rubbage possibly.
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looks like the exact fenders that are on mine..
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If you put the RCD on too, you ought to be alright. I just don't think your D35 will like those 37s much.
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well just Ryan was running 38's (I think) on just a body lift and a superlift kit. I have a 4' superlift and a 3' body lift, and I'm runnin 33's right now with LOTS of room...almost too much room. Keep in mind when you go with glass, your going to loose your inner fenderwells anyway, because the bottom of your wheelwell (with glass) will be out farther, so like in my case I just removed em, or you can cut them down. By the way I have 3in flare and 3 in rise also....I like em....and I don't rub.
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The truck in the pic/link looks like a Toyota to me.
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Um, nope. Definitely an 04-05 Ranger.
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yea my 92 ranger has 6" flares 4" rise and they were a pain in the ***. i hate(forgot name of company) and so i want to try the fiberworks
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