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22x14 and 37x13.50 with ??? Lift

I have a 2005 F250 6.0 and currently have a 4" lift with 37's. I am wondering how big I will have to go with 22x14 and 37x13.50 wheel/tire setup? Will 6" do it? Or should I go 8" to be safe? I am interested in the Moto Metal 962 in black with Toyo M/t, or nitto trail grapplers.

I know this isn't everyone's style, so please no unnecessary comments. Everyone has their own style, let's just show some respect for others builds.
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I had my 38/15.50/18 fit on a 6" lift, barely but they did fit. I now have a 7" lift and it has room to spare....


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I have those tires on mine. I have a 8in lift. It's perfect!


2005 F-350 lariat , 6.0, crew cab, long bed, 8in Rize industries lift, 37in toyo MT on 22" Fuel rims. RCD EGR delete, "Zoodad mod."
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brockadams2002 what lift kit did you go with? I want a good brand but I don't want to pay thousands of dollars for one.
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Mine is a Rize industries lift. It's in the thousands. How much are you looking to spend?


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As much as I would love to buy the BDS with fox shocks and all of that, I'm a college student so right now it's not in my budget. I have been looking at the rough country but I've heard they start sagging in the front later, I hate the look of a front end low truck. I just want a good lift, at a good price to run these wheels and tires I want until I can graduate (2 months) and get my full time job started and get a BDS or something along those lines.
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I have a 2005 F250 6.0 and currently have a 4" lift with 37's. I am wondering how big I will have to go with 22x14 and 37x13.50 wheel/tire setup? Will 6" do it? Or should I go 8" to be safe? I am interested in the Moto Metal 962 in black with Toyo M/t, or nitto trail grapplers.

I know this isn't everyone's style, so please no unnecessary comments. Everyone has their own style, let's just show some respect for others builds.
go 8in lift if you don't want to trim a 6in you'll have to trim

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8" for sure, you could sneak a 6" if you went with 35's though.

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I would think you'd need 8-10" for 22x14. But I'm not sure.


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I have a 2005 F250 6.0 and currently have a 4" lift with 37's. I am wondering how big I will have to go with 22x14 and 37x13.50 wheel/tire setup? Will 6" do it? Or should I go 8" to be safe? I am interested in the Moto Metal 962 in black with Toyo M/t, or nitto trail grapplers.

I know this isn't everyone's style, so please no unnecessary comments. Everyone has their own style, let's just show some respect for others builds.
You are already on 37's with a 4" lift, why do you think you would need to go taller? What are your current wheel specs? The wider wheels are only going to push the tires further outside the fenders edge. I'd be more concerned with the back space/ offset of the wheels.

The look you are going for is def not my style, but if you are already on 37's ...do they scrub now? If so, where?
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