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Old 05-03-2013, 03:20 PM
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Hey I want to get the drop star monster energy rims with 37" 12.50's and hoping cooper made the discoverer at3 in that size. I want to know if I can run this with stock suspension. I also would like to stick out about 3 inches past my fender for that nice stance so I was hoping someone could let me know what the back spacing should be.
If anyone can help me out I'd really appreciate it.
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wait for the Rockstar 2 to come out.
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When are they supposed to cone out?


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Hey I want to get the drop star monster energy rims with 37" 12.50's and hoping cooper made the discoverer at3 in that size. I want to know if I can run this with stock suspension. I also would like to stick out about 3 inches past my fender for that nice stance so I was hoping someone could let me know what the back spacing should be.
If anyone can help me out I'd really appreciate it.
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No way you can run 37's with no lift.. I have a 6 inch lift and I still rub my 37's on a hard turn
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I have a 37 13.50 R 20 on my truck and they stick out a little bit
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35s yes 37s no..... Not on stock trust me I tried it
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You also want them to stick out 3 inches. So when you push the wheel/tire out for the stance you are looking for you cant run as large a tire. You put the wheels on with 35s, and you will like that as well.
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No way you can run 37's with no lift.. I have a 6 inch lift and I still rub my 37's on a hard turn
Its all about the offset/backspacing/wheel width. You can run 37" tires on a stock 2010+ truck with a leveling kit, or if the truck has the snowplow prep package.

Granted, you cannot go Wheeling with that setup, but you can do it.
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Its all about the offset/backspacing/wheel width. You can run 37" tires on a stock 2010+ truck with a leveling kit, or if the truck has the snowplow prep package.

Granted, you cannot go Wheeling with that setup, but you can do it.


He was asking if you could run it on stock suspension... and plus 37's on a leveling kit looks like s*** to be honest...it would look too packed and cramped
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He was asking if you could run it on stock suspension... and plus 37's on a leveling kit looks like s*** to be honest...it would look too packed and cramped
If his truck comes with the snowplow plow prep package he can run 37 inch tires. But I do agree with you they look like **** when they are stuffed in there.
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