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Old 02-14-2009, 09:38 AM
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36x15.50x20 MTZ's with 4.5" lift. IT FITS !!

just got the new tires on today, they are mickey thompson MTZ 36x15.50x20" . they look great!!! this is with ONLY a 4.5" Revtek lift. i was planning to go up 2 more inches to make room for them but i got impatient and got the tires done before the 2" lift and guess what . they fit, ro rubbing and all i had to do was remove the 5/8" thick mud flaps on the front. heres some pics. with some showing the comparison between the 35x13.50x20 baja claws and the new 36x 15.50 MTZ's here they are
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Old 02-14-2009, 10:19 AM
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looks great .. cant believe they fit with that lift.. i would say a 6inch but a 4.5 . thats great..truck looks good
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Old 02-14-2009, 11:11 AM
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What is your rims back spacing and off-set? I am really interested in running that set up on my truck.
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Looks awesome man
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i would really be interested on running that set up as well but mines a long bed....
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Old 02-14-2009, 11:47 AM
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Looks freakin sweet!! Good looking rig!

just an FYI though, my bud has 37"s under a 2" level kit and only had to do minor trimming on the inner fender, and he flex's his out all the time.
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Old 02-14-2009, 12:24 PM
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If you have the right backspacing & width on the wheel. You can fit 37" tires under a 4.5" lift/suspension.
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Old 02-14-2009, 12:53 PM
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Looks good..course they fit...35's fit stock...37's easy with 6"...and as said above...hell with stock wheels you can run 37x13.50s with a 2.5 leveling kit.

Someone on here has 40's on a 6" I think...
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Old 02-14-2009, 01:18 PM
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Looks Great!

I am running 5" lift with 35x13.50 Extreme AT's and have plenty of room so next time I was thinking of running the 36" MTZ's.

Keep us posted on how you like the MTZ's
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What is your rims back spacing and off-set? I am really interested in running that set up on my truck.
all i know is -12 offset
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Looks good..course they fit...35's fit stock...37's easy with 6"...and as said above...hell with stock wheels you can run 37x13.50s with a 2.5 leveling kit.

Someone on here has 40's on a 6" I think...
well when i posted it as a question months ago asking if theyd fit everyone one said no way there too wide.
but yeah 37's fit but not in any wider than 13.50 max on a stock wheel but my wheels stick out almost 2" further than the stock wheel. but regardless, i wanted wider and not much taller. and 40's on a six IMO look silly . your truck for example looks balanced ( perfect lift, wheel, tire combo ) and i think ive got mine at that point now too.
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