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37s? Will they fit

I have 36x15.5x20 Mickey thompsons and I need to know if 37x13.5x17 mud grapplers will fit a 6 1/2 lift on 2000 7.3 super duty. Tell me what u think.
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I had 37x13.5's on my truck with 6" of lift and it was fine. Just rubbed on leaf springs at full lock.

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All depends on the offset of the wheel but technically it should fit.


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Yeah i had 37's on a 5" tuff country lift, just rubbed leafs at full lock.

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did it screw up the tires bad when it hit the leaf springs?
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Not at all, it just gets annoying after awhile when you go to make a sharp turn is all.

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well do you guys think 35 mud grapplers would still look good or just get the 37s? i just dont want a tire that looks to small on a lifted truck, but i also dont want to rub the hell out of the tire and leaf springs
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If you can afford them, get the 37's

They will look way better.

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I run 37's on my 6.5" lift. IMO, the 35's look small. Don't rub the leafs, but I did space the bumper out.

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