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post #1 of 9 Old 05-26-2011, 09:25 AM Thread Starter
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erly 99 2 inch 37's??

so im putting my leveling kit on and ive ordered fender cutouts from bushwacker the big ones lol.. my thoughts are 37x13.00 17 tsl boggers on 17x9 pro comps.... think theyll clear??? rub?? i think im gonna go ahead and order wheel spacers as the backspacing on those rims is 4.5 any sudjestions or pics of fender cutouts would be appreciated... i just know that theres a guy that runs 41's with 4 inc hlift and cutouts...
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oh and i have ranchand bumpers so clearing the bumper is no issue at all
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no help :-(
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Won't clear unless you use cutouts..4.5" is the correct BS. you need a 8" lift to properly clear all 37", 6" "may" clear both without cutouts
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but with cutouts they will clear...?
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You will be fine. I have a 3.5 front lift and could go 38s if I wanted to . You might have to round off the front plastic spoiler under bumper if you have one

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ya i have a ranchhand bumper replacement so i should be good thanks man. im gonna order 37x13 boggers see how it goes
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That's a mean tire. Wonder how long it will last you lol

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ha ya i figured id go all out my first set of tires.. once i burn them off ill probly go cheap and get some bfg a/t those things last forever for the money what have u had good luck with
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