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Old 02-26-2011, 01:52 PM
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what does it take to run 37's?

Ok, i have a stock 06 cc f250 and want to run 20x9 and 37x 13.5s. I will be pulling a fifth wheel so i am trying to stay as low as possible plus i seen a 2008 f250 that had a leveling kit and blocks in the rear that was running 20x9 rockstars and 37" 13.5 toyo mts and it was exactly the look i am going for, he said it did not rub. It will not be offroad in extreme situations so will that setup work for me or what is the minimum i have to do to run them, thanks for the help guys.
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Old 02-26-2011, 02:00 PM
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I think u need about a 6inch lift.....maybe can do it on a 4inch....but the newer trucks can fit alot bigger tires then ur truck...
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4" full suspension lift would do. you could run 37's on stock wheels with just a leveling kit but defientaly not with aftermarket wheels. the backspacing has alot to do with it as well
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Old 02-26-2011, 02:09 PM
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wow really? u got any pics of someone running 37s on just a leveling kit?
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08s and up have much bigger wheel wells, good luck, watch out for speedbumps, i would say 6" min but your still going to rub, i have about 9" on 37s and ive hit all my fenders front and back
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there was a big thread on here sometime last year about it i'll try and dig it up but it was a big debate on it you could run 37's or not without rubbing. some could and some couldn't. I've debated trying it and pinning the fender wells back
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Old 02-26-2011, 02:19 PM
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yea i just know i got 35s on my truck with a leveling kit, and they are stuffed in there.....but i have aftermarket rims.......
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i WAnt to run 20's, what is your backspacking?
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4.5 backspacing
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and it looks like you have an 03-04 truck? so springs in the front? and 35's with no rubbing?
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