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Old 07-07-2013, 07:22 PM
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37s on Stock wheels

Anybody running a 4inch lift with 37s? On a stock 20?


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Lots of people. No need for a 4" a leveling kit will be fine.


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Most 37x12.5r20 that I know of have a minimum wheel width of 8.5" (9.5" nominal). Your stock wheels are only 8" wide.
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Most 37x12.5r20 that I know of have a minimum wheel width of 8.5" (9.5" nominal). Your stock wheels are only 8" wide.
Yea I guess that would be a problem lol


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37s on Stock wheels-imageuploadedbyautoguide1373263298.738944.jpg

Any guesses to what setup this has?


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Yea I guess that would be a problem lol


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Its not a problem. Im looking to run the same setup. Will be hopefully picking up tires next week.
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I have 37s on stock king ranch wheels
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How are your tires wearing with 37x12.50x20 on stock wheels? I was told by a couple tire shops not to run them on 8" wide wheels because they would bubble sort of causing the tire to wear in the center off the tire!
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Been running 37x12.50 R20 Nitto trail grapplers for 40K miles and still have plenty of tread left. No problems with wear. just keep them rotated
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How much lift?
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