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Come spring I will be ordering a 4" BDS lift. I want to run 37s but I don't know if they will clear with -44 offset rims? The tires will either be a 12.50 or a 13.50. Does anyone have a similar set up?

Also whats the best aggressive looking tire. I don't mind a bit of road noise but nothing crazy. Truck hardly ever goes off road. I've been looking at nitto trail grapplers.
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Trail grapplers or toyo mt's would be my vote.
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Toyos are what I think I'm going with. Now anyone know if they will fit
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I don't know if you ever got your answer or not but with a -44 offset wheel. I don't believe you'll be able to fit 37's with just a 4". I think you would need a 6" lift

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I haven't got a firm yes or no yet
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