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post #1 of 6 Old 04-20-2010, 08:03 PM Thread Starter
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Will 37s Work?

I just purchased a 4.5" CST lift and 20x10 Novakanes with -19 offset, will I be stuck with 35s or can I go with the 37s? Its being delivered Thursday, so I need tires this weekend. I figure someone on here has to have a similar setup. Thanks for any replies.


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Don't know for sure but I'd feel better with -25 offset. Maybe try a 37x12.50.
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37" can clear..12.5" and factory offset..its close. You could always add a Icon 1" front lift.
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my dad has 35's on his 4 inch revtek lift. we were thinking about putting my 38s on the back of his truck but it would have been a tight fit. not sure about 37's go to a place and roll one up next to your truck man. check it out
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On my 2008 F350 I have a 4" Rancho and run 37x12.50 BFG KM2 on a 20x9. 5" backspacing. No rub, no trimming. I was impressed to say the least haha.
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Thanks for the replies, I went ahead a got 35"s, they look great. I will post some pics tomorrow. I had a little rubbing on the drivers side with the thick felt carboard fender liner, cut it away and alls good.


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