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Old 08-04-2010, 06:37 AM
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38's on a 6"???

DO any of you guys have 38's on a 6" lift???? If so how bad does it rub. I currently have 37's but my buddy wanted to trade me for his 38's, Toyo's MT.

Any advice on if this fits or not? thanks
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depends on your wheel offset but it's possible with a LITTLE fender trimming( barely any and inside the fender ) I have an 08 body on my 2000 and with an 8" lift I cleared 40x15.50x22 mud grapplers on 22x14 xd diesels...
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i've heard of a ton of people having 37's and having plenty of room, but i haven't heard of any 38's. but you shouldn't really have any problems..like thatguy2010 said, if anything you might need to do just a little bit of trimming..
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I think you could fit the 38-13.50. I'm not sure about a 15.50. I run the 37-13.50 and haven't had any problems, just rub at full lock, but I am on factory wheels. When I get new tires, I think I am going to go up to the Toyo 38-13.5 and try it out.
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I think his username is Seabeefx4, but he has 38s on his 6'' I believe. It looks stuffed as crap, but I would think it would still be fine. If people have 37s on a level kit, I'd bet you could do it. I think his are 15.50s, I don't even know if anyone makes a 13.50 wide...?
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Old 08-07-2010, 06:26 AM
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I think his username is Seabeefx4, but he has 38s on his 6'' I believe. It looks stuffed as crap, but I would think it would still be fine. If people have 37s on a level kit, I'd bet you could do it. I think his are 15.50s, I don't even know if anyone makes a 13.50 wide...?
Toyo makes a 38-13.5-20. I figured they'd be the same look as I have, just a little taller. I wish someone else would get them first so I could check them out...
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Old 08-07-2010, 06:33 AM
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Toyo makes a 38-13.5-20. I figured they'd be the same look as I have, just a little taller. I wish someone else would get them first so I could check them out...
If they do, I'd bet that an extra 1/2 inch on either side would never make a huge difference to whether they'd clear or not... Just look at your truck in comparison to fender wells, I'm sure you've got that room. I wouldn't be running that on a stock wheel tho I don't think.... Seems real tall, even tho you and others are already doin 37s...
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