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post #1 of 29 Old 11-25-2013, 07:02 PM Thread Starter
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Fitting 37's on a 2004 F350 Leveled?

I found a nice set of Mickey Thompson 37x13.5x18 on moto metal wheels and I'm wondering If they will fit on my leveled 2004 F350 ext cab long bed. I know that they will most likely rub my front leafs and full turn.. Is there any other clearance issues I need to be worried about? Does anyone else have any pics of 37's on a leveled 350? I think it may work since, I have the bigger f350 block and the leveling kit.. Looking for some feedback.. Thanks - Mike
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I think you're gonna really be pushing it Mike...I'm leveled with an '05 and I can fit 35s but would be into my fenders with 37s....maybe with the aftermarket wheels it'd be different though

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so 05 with leveling kits will fit 35"S
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Not a chance in powerstroke he** will 37's fit on a 04 superduty leveled... I have a leveling kit and have 33's and will rub slightly if turning hard left or right.. Gonna need a 4" lift min. with at least 4.5" backspacing on wheels to fit them and that will be close even

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nope.com your going to need a larger lift unless you want to do cut out fenders
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so 05 with leveling kits will fit 35"S
Mine does with no rubbing/issues and no trimming

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Not a chance in powerstroke he** will 37's fit on a 04 superduty leveled... I have a leveling kit and have 33's and will rub slightly if turning hard left or right.. Gonna need a 4" lift min. with at least 4.5" backspacing on wheels to fit them and that will be close even
I kinda figured that with the leafs

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nighthawk how wide are they. im looking at some 35" nittos for my dually with a spacer in the back itll look sick :-D
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37s might fit on stock rims.

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35 x 12.50.......I wouldn't go any wider on the stock wheel width or you'd start having wear issues.

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ya was concerned about 12.5 on my dually wheels cause there so narrow
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