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post #1 of 3 Old 01-10-2009, 01:35 PM Thread Starter
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What can I fit? 37's or 38's...

So check it out guys, I just put a Pro Comp 6.5" Lift on my 2002 PSD, and it DWARFS! My 35's to no surprise, and i'm thinking I could squeeze some 38's under her, whata you guys think? Let me know please, need new tires ASAP.

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37" Super Swamper SST M16's
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I have a 6' lift and my 37's rub on the drivers side inner wheel well. My tires are also 13.5 wide, when I ran SSR 37's there was no rubbing. I think you will be fine if you run 38's, until you turn over a bump, curb..........whatever.

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easily fit 37's... you can prob get 38's in their with slight rubbing.. .also depends on your wheels...
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