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Old 07-27-2010
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37's

on my truck I have a 3 inch bl, 4 inch suspension lift, 2 inch aal and maxed t bars. I am just wondering what your opinion is of running 37's? does anyone know if they will fit? I almost positive i can fit a 12.50 but any help would be appreciated
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Old 07-27-2010
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yes, look at highrollerII's old pics, he ran a body lift, rcd lift on 37x12.50x20s
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they were 13.50s but I also had a stepside and didnt wheel the truck..if you plan on doing some wheeling..DONT get 37s..if you just want looks you can get em but you will probably rub with any flex and might rub lock to lock..
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I'm not sure about the 37's, but can you post a few pics up of your double lifted truck on 33's?
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ya i know i can clear them easily but im just worried about full turn
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Ive always been told over 35's on a ranger meant alot of breakage... but i guess that would be aimed towards someone who'd be wheeling with 37's.
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4" Superlift, 3" Body lift, 37x13.50's
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Ok I'm done whoring his truck.
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you can run them, should you. No IMO because 35's are already pushing ranger suspensions to the max
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Ok I'm done whoring his truck.
Seen his truck recently in person and It is awesomely tall
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Yea but it was on 35's
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that was on 37's and super saggy bars it would look alot better now but im on 35's ;-( oh well, you can definetly wheel it if your not retarted just be careful, i never broke anything but i did wear out some ball joints much faster, even way undergeared i could get up and go and still get around 16-17 on the highway, did i mention how awsome 37's are on the beach?? but if your going to drive your truck as a dd stick with 35's youll be happy you did
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im sas'ed and i dont even run 37's lol

id stick to 35's on the ifs and be happy with that.
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ok i want 37s on my IFS now, maybe when i regear. Cause pushing the boundaries is fun
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could always go 37's with only a superlift

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^^id slow down for every bump
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I'm chunking 35s now. Looks awesome but I wouldn't do it.
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could always go 37's with only a superlift

Were the flares still attached by the end of the driveway? lol
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35s are really pushing the limits if you're locked on stock drive line components and actually push the truck.


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Were the flares still attached by the end of the driveway? lol
Jacob is/was real good at knowing when he ripped the flares off and popping them back on at camp lol
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If you do go up to 37's you have to get a 17 inch wheel. I think it makes it look so much better.
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if i do decide to go with the 37's im going with super swamper 37x12.50x15 on my 15x10 classic 2's. i think the more side wall the better
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to an extent, if you air down a lot then it'll be more unstable. 37s on a 17 isn't bad, and it definitely looks better. In theory it should be the same sidewall as a 35 on a 15.
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the only place i rubbed on 37's was at about 3/4 turn on the inner fender........ive never rubbed on 35's
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37's

here are finally some pics of my truck on the 33x12.50 mtz's. just give me your opinions of what you think about the 37's. its actually alot taller than it looks in the pics. I can get a little better pics tomorrow









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i think id just get 35s.
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i think id just get 35s.


i think id just say screw it and go straight to 42s
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