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Old 10-16-2007, 11:07 AM
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Will 37" fit on a 4x2?

Hey powerstroke heads,

I've got a 6" Fabtech lift with 20" Helo's. I've currently got 35x12.50x20 Toyo M/T's on my 4x2 truck. Is it possible (without a lot of money and work) to fit 37x12.50x20 tires on there? Or any 37" tire at all?

Just getting an idea for later on down the road after I've gone through my 35's!! And I will definitely say that these Toyo M/T's are awesome! I thought about trying Nitto Mud Grapp's as my next set, so any input on those as well would be great!
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I don't have either but I have a buddy that has had both and he says the Toyo's are alot better

also you should be able to put 37" on there with a 6" lift no problem I am about to put
35s on my truck just a leveling kit 3"
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I dont know about all that. I have the same setup: 4x2 2006 with the fabtech 6" performance lift and I'm rubbing with BFG 285-65-20's on the factory rims. But the backspacing may be whats saving you.

Question for you: have you done anything extra to the rear of the truck? Mine sits real far down in the rear compared to the front. Basically what fabtech has done is put a 6" lift in the front and only a 3" block in the rear.
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I dont know about all that. I have the same setup: 4x2 2006 with the fabtech 6" performance lift and I'm rubbing with BFG 285-65-20's on the factory rims. But the backspacing may be whats saving you.

Question for you: have you done anything extra to the rear of the truck? Mine sits real far down in the rear compared to the front. Basically what fabtech has done is put a 6" lift in the front and only a 3" block in the rear.
I'm not too sure on the backspacing being your issue as I'm unfamiliar with my own. Pertaining to your question above; I have not done anything to the rear aside from the Fabtech lift. I did remove my spare tire so it might sit slightly higher, but I'm sure that would not be much of a difference from what you are experiencing. Hopefully someone can chime in, but I assure you that mine was just the lift kit. I barely rub with 35's at full turn
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