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Old 03-23-2014, 08:35 PM
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will 37's fit

I've got a 2003 f350 ccsb with a 4'' lift and I'm buying new tires and rims for it.
my question is can i fit 37'' mud grapplers under there or am i better of to stick with 35's i need new rims to and i want 20'' xd monsters.
any help would be appreciated
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Old 03-24-2014, 05:07 AM
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I'd say stick with the 35s, I have a 8" lift on 37s and when im out wheeling I can hear my wheels rub on my fender a little from time to time, but I don't have anything trimmed
but im going to 38x15.5r20s soon sand im going to have to trim the fenders and bumper a little

if you want to run 37's id say you need at least a 6" lift with a little trimming
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Old 03-24-2014, 07:38 PM
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i messaged a couple guys on here that i seen running 37's and they said if you run a 9-10 wide wheel with a 4.5'' backspace. they clear but rub on the leafs at full lock which I'm fine with. i do that already but i have a very narrow offset. anyone have any other sets ups that will work or opinions on that?
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Nope... Cant run 37's and a 4" lift... LOL...

If you dont leave your wheels hanging out of your fenders so you have "stance" or what ever the new play word is...
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What dimensions are your wheels CSIPSD?
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The wheels in those pictures were 17"x9" with 4.5" of back spacing...

Current wheels are 16.5x10" with 4.5" of back spacing...

but the Military 37's are a bit smaller then the Toyo's...

We will see if I can fit 38's shortly... LOL
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anyone else running this set up? post some pics please///
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