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Old 06-25-2013, 06:37 AM
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4" Lift with 35" or 37"

I have a 2011 F-250 LB 4X4 and I've ordered a 4" Rancho Sport Lift and upgraded all the shocks to Fox. Also a set of 37" on 20" wheels, can anyone tell me if I'm going to have clearance issues or if anyone has this set up can you post a pic. I wasn't sure on going 35" or 37" but I've heard 35"s fit on stock so I thought I wouldn't have a problem... Thank you
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With the right back spacing 37s are fine 4" Lift with 35" or 37"-imageuploadedbyautoguide1372174491.094702.jpg
4" Lift with 35" or 37"-imageuploadedbyautoguide1372174521.507741.jpg


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37s I have 35s with 2 inch leveling kit and it does not rub
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If it's mainly kept on the road go 37's for looks. I run 35's with my lift so that it can get around our ranch without rubbing.

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