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Old 03-02-2013, 03:56 PM
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07 F250 37" tires

how big of a lift does it take to clear 37" tires on a 2007 f250
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4.5 with some rubbing, 6" for good clearance
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Old 03-04-2013, 05:24 AM
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i cleared 37s on stock 20s with a leveling kit
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Old 03-04-2013, 05:47 AM
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4.5" if you trim 2" off of the front bumper and pull the fender well liner back. Do this and there is no rubbing. Let me know if you decide to do this and I can show you a neat trick to pull the fender well liner back. Trimming the front bumper was not very difficult or noticeable.
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how big of a lift does it take to clear 37" tires on a 2007 f250
I would go with 6" unless you want to make noise every time you pull into a parking lot....
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Old 03-05-2013, 06:54 AM
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Stock rims or wider aftermarket...also some 37" measure true some much smaller..how you use the truck also makes a big difference. Street only vastly different than getting offroad.

Pm me if we can help.

cary
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4.5" with a wheel that is no more than 9" wide and 5-5.5" of backspacing.
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Wheel selection (specifically width, offset, and back spacing) will be the biggest factor in determining how much lift is needed. My 22x12's are cutting it close on an 8" lift.
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