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Old 05-11-2011, 09:08 PM
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37 x 12.5 on a 6 inch lift

Hey yall, I will be putting my lift and tires on in 2 weeks. ( 06 f350 lariat ) And eventhough I do like the look of the 13.5 I have decided to go with the 12.5. They might look a little skinny but I don't think its a huge deal. Does anyone have pics of this setup that you can share with me? I would love to see the view of the front and the rear if possible.
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Its not a front or rear pic but its all I have loaded on my computer currently. The 12.50 still looks good! Good choice

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Old 05-12-2011, 07:55 AM
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Its not a front or rear pic but its all I have loaded on my computer currently. The 12.50 still looks good! Good choice

Mac

So sick bro your truck looks unreal. Mine is your truck exactly just an 06, yours is an 07 or 08? If you ever get around to taking some front or rear pics I'd love to see em. Such a dope ride
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Old 05-12-2011, 07:58 AM
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Illl be rockin the trail grapplers as well, how have they been holdin up for you? I've heard great things
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I have a pic of 37"s with a 6" lift. I run KM2's on every truck we have. Tough tire.








No real f/r view, Sorry. I'll see if I can find one

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This is they only pic i have on hand. Its a 6" Fabtech lift with 37x12.50R17 BFG Mud terrains (which actually measure only 35" in height ). They stick out a good 2.5 inches from the fender. Personally I like them sticking out like they do. 13.50 inch wide tires would rub to much, mine just touch my radius arms at full lock.

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These are 37x13.50 on an 02.

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I have a pic of 37"s with a 6" lift. I run KM2's on every truck we have. Tough tire.








No real f/r view, Sorry. I'll see if I can find one
Thanks man I appreciate it. Are these a 12.5? I would love some front pics if u got em. Ill be sure to post some pics once my baby is done
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Old 05-12-2011, 07:28 PM
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This is they only pic i have on hand. Its a 6" Fabtech lift with 37x12.50R17 BFG Mud terrains (which actually measure only 35" in height ). They stick out a good 2.5 inches from the fender. Personally I like them sticking out like they do. 13.50 inch wide tires would rub to much, mine just touch my radius arms at full lock.

Lookin good man any front or rear views ?
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Old 05-12-2011, 07:31 PM
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These are 37x13.50 on an 02.

Man that's nice I love the poke on a 13.5. I would ideally like to do it but I'm gonna start with the 12.5 and see how I like it.
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