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post #1 of 12 Old 10-30-2011, 05:46 PM Thread Starter
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Lifted 6.4 With 37's..

I was wondering if anyone could post some lifted 6.4's with 37x12.5 tires please? I have a pair of 37x12.5 tires and wanna see how they will look after I look the truck...I would like 13.5's but I don't currently have the money.

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i know there are some people that run those on just a leveling kit.....how big of a lift are u trying to install
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I'm for sure going with a 6 inch lift...that's just my personal favorite and I know it will eventually look awesome once i get bigger 37's...I was just curious to how they look with 12.5s
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12.5 will fit with decent off set ....just a leveling kit and it will work

13.5 wont really work too well with a leveling kit unless u get the right off set

my sig has pics of 37x13.5 with a levling kit ...


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here ya go

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Thanks, truck looks awesome
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different year but this was my 6" lifted F250 on 37X12.50 SSR's



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Here is an older picture of mine. 6in. lift with 37x13.5's.
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37s and just a leveling kit, you are going to run into some serious rubbing issues. I get rubbing with just 35s, not bad, but noticeable, when backing up.

But 37x12.50 I think would look great with a 6 lift.

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