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post #1 of 13 Old 11-27-2009, 08:14 AM Thread Starter
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37's good idea or bad?

so, ive decided to keep the truck, but im looking for your guys thoughts on what to do next, anyway its an extended cab long bed, its on it's second lift, icon 4.5 with tei so idk about 5.5 inches of lift in the front, the kit came with a 5 inch block, im satisified with it sits perfectly level, i had 35x12.50s on it and now i want to go to 37's on the stock 20 inch rims what do you guys think, i ordered the tires but could always send them back.?
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how wide did you get them?


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Depending on the width you should be fine.

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should look good, what brand tire and how wide did you go?

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nitto dune grappler 37x12.50x20, ive heard mixed things about them but, ill give anything a try
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the dune grapplers are pretty aggressive and dont last very long... and those should work fin.. you might have a lil rubbing but not much... but.. a 9" or 10" wide wheel will fit them better


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ya thats true i had 10 inch wide rims with 35x12.50 but idk i want to try and keep these ones somewhat inside the body. I really dont want to put flares on it. Ill have them tuesday and ill grab some pics.
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They will rub on the radius arm, thats all. Unless you get a set of rims to push them out a little further than factory.

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