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Old 01-27-2010, 03:32 PM
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37's on a 2006 F250?

Ready lift website shows they'll work with a leveling kit. Does anybody have first hand experience with this? Want to put some Toyo 37X13.5X20 on the factory rims and throw on the truck. Thanks for any help.
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sounds like it would rub pretty bad
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There is a guy either on here or the nation that has 38's on his stock 20's with a leveling kit, he said it barley rubs at all.
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They rub on mine with a 6" lift.
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ive got tires in sig, there 34.5 by spec (+-) there on 20x9s -12 offset, my tires even rub the plastic a little when the wheels cranked..i would think 37s would probly take some serious trimming.

keep in mind, 37s would be sweet, but it may not look all that great with huge tires stuffed in the wells, JMO!
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Old 01-27-2010, 07:53 PM
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my 37s rubbed the plastic wells at 6inch lift too.added readylift level kit ,now theyre fine
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My buddy has a 4" lift with 2.5" spacers on front and the 37's rub only when the front end bounces, but not normal driving. They're 37x12.5x17 on 17x9's though. It will rub the inner fender if you go over a bump though.
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ive got tires in sig, there 34.5 by spec (+-) there on 20x9s -12 offset, my tires even rub the plastic a little when the wheels cranked
My truck came stock with the same size tire listed in your sig (275/65R20) on a stock 20"X9" wheel. I have had ZERO rubbing, even at full lock with suspension compression.


BTW - I don't know about the 37's, but I'm guessing they'd rub pretty bad.
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my 37's rubbed pretty good on my 6" lift, but i have a 20x10 wheel. On a stock wheel it shouldn't be to bad.
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07 OUTLAW NOW ON 38s JUST LEVELED OUT!!
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