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View Poll Results: 35s or 37s?
35x12.5x17 14 25.45%
37x13.5x17 41 74.55%
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I also say go with the 37's. I think that it would make your truck look even that much better. Even though it already is the best truck on this forum. SO since you already know what tires your getting and no one can change your mind then let us in on what tires your getting!
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i vote 35's... function over form thats why i got the 33's
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is 40's an option?

Everyone knows where I stand on tire size. I like them like I like my *****

















(If you don't know...the bigger the better...both tires and *****)
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^ hahaha
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is 40's an option?

Everyone knows where I stand on tire size. I like them like I like my *****

















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thats great
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You do alot of flexing, which is where the 37's would be bad, but on the other hand you keep your truck nice and i highly doubt, knowing theyll rub, youde do it intentionally causing body damage. So i mean 37's would look bad *** on your rig and look HUGE. As for winter i mean theyll be tires that are good in teh snow but it gets to a point where theres so much snow no tires will be good too.


Long and short of it is, ide get 37's itd look AWESOME man....I still gotta get you your pictures of that guys dodge on 17's with 37x13.5

ha that is right still waiting on those pics!
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is 40's an option?

Everyone knows where I stand on tire size. I like them like I like my *****

















(If you don't know...the bigger the better...both tires and *****)

lmao...
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i vote 35's... function over form thats why i got the 33's

that is what i keep thinkin but then I'm like wth, might as well. lol

this poll aint helping, but i have more time to decide.
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Ide do 37's, like a few people said, your going to buy some 35's and be like man i should have went with the 37's
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I would love to see you beast with 37's, but I would really hate to see it with body damage on your truck. Split it and go with 36's and regear.
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the tires i want it does not come in 36.

37s or 35s
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I would love to see you beast with 37's, but I would really hate to see it with body damage on your truck. Split it and go with 36's and regear.
thats what i was gonna say, but nevermind... saw your reply

what tires are u getting?
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Nitto Mud Grapplers.

I love my MTRs but I just want to try more tires.
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Go big or go home!
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ahh i love the mud grapplers...
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Mud Grapplers FTW!!!!!! Based on the info you gave 35's seem like the best choice.....although 37's would be kick ***. im gonna stay neutral and just not vote.
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Oh and BTW...that 37x13.50x17 MG measures out to 14.27 inches wide so you might better take that in to account to avoid body damage
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ahh i love the mud grapplers...

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get 37s and 17s.

and get some cheap steelies for the 35s and use those when need be
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Oh and BTW...that 37x13.50x17 MG measures out to 14.27 inches wide so you might better take that in to account to avoid body damage

what are the actual measurements of the 35s? do you know? where did u get that measurement?
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get 37s and 17s.

and get some cheap steelies for the 35s and use those when need be

my truck and steel wheels do not go together. you do realize i bought a 15x10 alloy as a spare. i hate steel wheels.

i will destroy and ruin a set of alloys before i ever buy steelies. yuck!
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what are the actual measurements of the 35s? do you know? where did u get that measurement?
the 35x12.50x17's come out to 34.84x13.19 in.

these measurements came straight from nittos site.....i had to look mine up for reference so i figured i may as well help you out too
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haha wow, well if your worried about width.. i would totally say stay with the 35x"1250"s
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the 35x12.50x17's come out to 34.84x13.19 in.

these measurements came straight from nittos site.....i had to look mine up for reference so i figured i may as well help you out too

ha well i ws on their site, must have missed that.
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haha wow, well if your worried about width.. i would totally say stay with the 35x"1250"s

only worried about width in the snow. otherwise the wider the better. :)

when you are busting snow drifts, which i love to do, the wider the tire the more it pulls you one way or another instead of cutting through it.

since you cant go fast with it pulling you all over its not as fun. got to love the snow and stuff flying up.
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