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Just wondering if anyone has run 37" tires on a f350 with a 4" lift without any cutting or modification thanks Im looking to run 22's with 37s with a 4" lift just wondering if they dont work or will if they dont then Im going to sell the 22 moto metal wheels
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Yes you can. Alot of people on here will tell u No. I'm running 37x13.50's on a 4 in. Just make sure u have the right offset, and dont stick out so far. I don't remember what my offset is, but it does work.

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Yeah im not sure what the back spacing is the wheels are 22 x 11 moto metal 951s and I would like to put 37s on them and not get in to hacking up the truck I think if I put 35s on they will look to much like low profile tires thats why I wanted to go with 37s I kind of jumped the gun when I bought these wheels. If you can help with the backspacing it would be helpful thanks
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more than willing to help, if someone can tell me how to measure backspacing I have no problem doing so. there are a few other guys on here running the same setup also. but if you wanna find out how to measure, will do

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I am curious to know as well. I wonder how the 2005+ guys run 20's with 37's. It seems that all of the 20x10 rims have 4.5 bs...
I think its the 20x9's that have the 5.5 bs...

Those guys axles stick out a bit more than ours (what is it, almost 2 inches on each side?)

What do the people that do the 05+ front axle conversion do for wheels when they go big?

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