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is anyone running 37s on icon 4.5 inch lift

I have a 04 f250 and was wondering if 37s will will on the icon 4.5 inch lift kit. let me here if there will be a tire rub on leaf springs. going to be ordering 20x10 wheels tires and lift soon

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Will depend on whos 37" some measure 36" or less some measure more than 37"..Want no problems get a 8" kit.
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Yeah we just installed a 4" lift on an 05 crew cab and ordered 37's No way, not even close will they fit. We're reinstalling the leveling kit on top of the lift to clear them now I think... might just have to order the 8" and be done with it though.





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I had 37's on a six and there was slight rubbing issues (inner fender). nothing to bad though. Its all going to come down to wheel back spacing and triming if you want to run 4.5 with 37's. I think there is one guy on here with 37 and just a leveling kit stock wheels and then there is Tank with 4.5 and cut outs running 41's

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On an 04 with 10" wide wheels....not going to fit without some trimming.
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