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Pro comp lift

I have a 2011 f350 lariat and I'm looking to put a 6" pro comp lift on and was wanting to run 37x13.5x22 trail grapplers. I was wondering if I am going to have any rubbing issues with the 13.5 wide tires or what offset I should run for the rims. Any help would be great.
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That will look good. Offset depends on how wide of a wheel you go.

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The rims will be either 9.5 or 10" wide
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I have a 2011 f350 lariat and I'm looking to put a 6" pro comp lift on and was wanting to run 37x13.5x22 trail grapplers. I was wondering if I am going to have any rubbing issues with the 13.5 wide tires or what offset I should run for the rims. Any help would be great.
i have a 11" with a 6" procomp stage 2 with fox res shocks. im' running 20x9 bmf novakane w 5" backspacing and 37x13.5 toyo mt. ride is great, rubs radius arm just slightly on driver side, and i trimmed the bottom of inner fenders. driver side still rubs just a lil at full lock over a bump/curb but not enough that i wouldn't do it again. hope this helps
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Yea that's great still can't believe I got the wife to let me do this.
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