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4.5" or 6" lift with 37's???

I'm lifting my 2018 F250 Screw soon. I want to put 37 inch tires on it. I'm leaning toward 6 inch but not sure if it will look right. I dont want to go bigger than 37's. I pull my Ranger bass boat and two ATV's on occasion if that matters. Thanks in advance for any responses.
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How wide? What wheels?


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Toyo open country m/t and Novakane wheel 20x9 or 20x10.
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How wide of a tire and wheel width, bs, offset?


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12.5 wide tires and not sure yet on back spacing. My install shop always figures that
I like the tires sticking out about 1/2 to 1 inch.
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I'd do a 4.5 lift than.

I have a 3.5 with 36x13 toyo mts 4.5 bs and -12 offset 18x9


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How fr do your tires stick out with the back space? Of course I realize you have 13 inch wide tires. I'm not opposed to 13 inch wide.
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A good amount. You can kind of see in my gallery with my old 35x12.5s


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I just got the Carli 4.5 with 37s. This is as high as I feel the truck can be while being able to get up into it gracefully and access the bed.
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Good looking truck! The lift isn't noticeable with the wheels and tires, looks well proportioned.
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