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Old 06-25-2011, 04:41 PM
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TIRES 35 VS 37

Quick question. I have a f250 2011 with a 4inch lift. I have BFG 35x12.5xr20 on there now and i want to put 37's. Do you think they will fit with a 4in lift.
One more question, how much taller are the 37 over the 35's. My garage has about 2inches of clearance right now, are 37 over 2inches taller?
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Old 06-25-2011, 05:04 PM
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I have 325-60-20 duratrac which measures about 36.4 inches. And on my truck all I have is a 2.5 inch leveling kit. I had to do a little trimming and that's it. A 4 inch lift is plenty for 37s.
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I think they should just fine....there are people running 37s with just a leveling kit.....4inches of lift should be plenty....or atleast i would think....as far as how much bigger really gonna depend on the tire......but i think ur only gonna gain about a inch in height goin to 37s.......1inch on top of the tire and 1inch on the bottom of the tire....
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4" should be plenty. You will only be an 1" taller so it should still fit in the garage.
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