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Old 01-21-2011, 04:39 AM
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37's on 6" lift?

Alright I'm looking to put some 37" Pro Comp Xtreme AT's on my 2008 F-250.

Has 6" Procomp lift on it. 20" Wheels.

I would like to make sure before I dump money on these pro comps.


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Old 01-21-2011, 04:45 AM
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If the BS is close to stock, you should be fine. There are guys running this tire size on stock wheels, with only a leveling kit
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I don't think backspacing is going to matter much with a 6" lift. You could run a 20x10 with 4.5-5" backspacing and probably be perfectly fine. I know Jesse Rohr from MBRP ran 37/13.50/20 Toyo MT's on 20x9 BMF Novakanes with only a leveling kit and had no rubbing after he zip tied his fender liner back. I am almost positive that the BMF wheels have a 4.5-5" backspacing. No more than 5".
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Hey thanks for the input!

Ive seen that MBRP F350 its SICK!! He has the BMF S.O.T.A wheels on that I thought?

I'm looking to Run 20X9 with 37's
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I am running 325 60r 20 Toyos on Pro comp wheels with 6 inch Procomp lift. These are a full inch taller and wider than the procomp 35 12.5r 20 that came on truck. They will rub the inside fenderwell liners if not pulled(cable tied )back. They rub nowhere else and have plenty of clearance
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Alot of it has to do with the backspacing. Like Jeff said, there are trucks on here running 37s on a leveling kit.
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Old 01-22-2011, 03:23 PM
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I would be curious to see some trucks running 37"s on a leveling kit! Anyone have any links?
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I am running 325 60r 20 Toyos on Pro comp wheels with 6 inch Procomp lift. These are a full inch taller and wider than the procomp 35 12.5r 20 that came on truck. They will rub the inside fenderwell liners if not pulled(cable tied )back. They rub nowhere else and have plenty of clearance
My truck rubs with 35x13.50x20 on a pro comp 6". Where do you zip tie exactly?
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