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post #1 of 22 Old 09-01-2010, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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37's with a leveling kit?

Anyone running 37s with a leveling kit? i have a chance tp get spme 37s and dont really wanna do more then a leveling kit yet yet, any help would be appreciated, ino the performance disc. moves fast..

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Yes, there are a bunch of guys running 37's w/ 2" leveling kits. I think they are 37x12.50R20 though, 13.50 rub a little i think.
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Most leveling lifts say they will clear 35" tires.

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The Icon 2.5" says it will clear 35" with minor trimming.

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Most leveling lifts say they will clear 35" tires.
My 2.5" ReadyLift stated 37's would fit and to look at the truck, I think they will. I just haven't switched from my 35's yet! Those are Toyo 35X12.5R17 in this picture...


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I had a 3" rough country lift with 37's on 20" factory wheels. The tires did not hit the wheel wells but they did rub the frame pretty bad at full turn. The tires were 37x12.50 nitto trail grappler. You can do all the lift you want but the tires are going to rub the frame with the factory wheels because of the off set. I am now running a 6" BDS 4 link with 37x12.50 trail grapplers on 20x10 monsters and it looks sweet. Now I have to lift my 5th wheel
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I think they will only work with the leveling kit if you are using the stock wheels. Most aftermarket wheels dont have enough positive offset. Look here for their reference.
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I have donaho level kit with 37"toyos and rockstar rims I have zero rub anywhere
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i have a 2.5'' leveling kit from topguncustomz and im running 37's the just rub on the radius arm thats is

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I have a readylift leveling kit and run 37" Toyos on 22" zora rims. I only rub the fenders if I'm cutting a turn real hard and hit a bump. There are some rub marks on the frame but probably from previous owner. I don't drive it that hard.

Down side is, there's no room for mud guards!
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