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Old 12-02-2013, 06:31 PM
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37x12.5x18 on 4.5 inch lift ??

Will 37x12.5x18 fit under my 4.5 rough country lift and 1 inch leveling kit ? Wheels are 18x9 I run 35x12.5 now but they look too small ....
37x12.5x18 on 4.5 inch lift ??-imageuploadedbyautoguide1386037852.261165.jpg



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Old 12-02-2013, 06:49 PM
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I think it depends on the offset of your wheels. To get the proper backspacing. Not sure but I think I heard 4.5" backspacing somewhere. Would also like to know if 37's would fit on my 4.5" carli lift. I agree 35's are just to small. What tire were you gonna go with for your 18's. I like the toyo mt's but its a 37x13.5x18. Which would probably be even harder to fit. lol. Im in the same boat though. Wanna make sure they fit before buying.
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Old 12-02-2013, 06:58 PM
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I was going to go with the nitto trail grappler 37x12.5 since the Mickey Thompsons don't come in that size I figured the one inch leveling kit might help me squeeze that 37 under the wheel wells to give it that full look


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Old 12-02-2013, 07:07 PM
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Ya thats what I have now. The trail grapplers. But in 35s. I Just wanted to switch it up and go with something different for my next set. And Ya i'm pretty sure your right with that extra inch you should be able to fit 37's without out rubbing.
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Just wish I had a little assurace on that before I go all in if not will prolly go with the 35's again.

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I'm pretty sure you'd be fine, 5.5" lift should be good for 37s, many others run 4.5" and 37s. 35s are fine for a leveled/2.5" lift, any more, and you need to go bigger IMO
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