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Anyone with 6' lift and 37's?

Hey fellow LTC members! I'm thinking about getting 37's when it's time to replace my 35's. I have a Pro Comp 6' lift. Anyone with close to the same setup that's running 37's please post a pic and let me know if you have any rubbing issues at anytime. Thanks a lot for the help fellas!
 

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Hey fellow LTC members! I'm thinking about getting 37's when it's time to replace my 35's. I have a Pro Comp 6' lift. Anyone with close to the same setup that's running 37's please post a pic and let me know if you have any rubbing issues at anytime. Thanks a lot for the help fellas!
Hey bud I have the Pro Comp Stage II, 35 Toyos, 20x12 -44 offset with additional preloaded of an inch on the coilovers and I rub the liner extension on the front bumper.
Before that, I had the 35 Toyo's, 20x9 +1 offset and still rubbed the extension liner on the front bumper.

So to answer your question is that YES you will rub with 37's at full lock and reversing.
 

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We have 37x13.5" on a 2" front lift with no rubbing at full lock, forward, reverse, fully stuffed or fully dropped out.


It's all about the rim offset.

And a little metal cutting.








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Hey bud, I've got a PC 6' lift and am thinking about upgrading to 37' tires from 35's. I saw you have 37's, do you have any rubbing going on anytime? Thanks a lot! Your truck looks Badass btw!
Thanks for the compliment. I have no body rubbing issues, just on the bumper. Also, I am 2wd, and using the Zone lift with the pro comp +2.50" and coachbuilder +3 shackles, I ended up with just about 8" of lift. Much larger than I thought it was going to be, but I freaking love it! Turned out bad ass.
 

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Thanks for adding me #80 yotaforce.

I have a question though. My truck is 2008 tundra. lifted the rear with 3 inches blocks and bistein 6150. My question is do I need to place a drop kit for the carrier being? no noise yet, second day driving now.
 

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Thanks for adding me #80 yotaforce.

I have a question though. My truck is 2008 tundra. lifted the rear with 3 inches blocks and bistein 6150. My question is do I need to place a drop kit for the carrier being? no noise yet, second day driving now.
It depends on the angle of your drive shaft. It is hard to say yes or no but if you have your 6150's maxed out I would go ahead and put one in there.
 

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Hey Guys! It's been awhile

It's been awhile since I posted on here. Been buying guns, Mags & ammo rather than truck stuff incase the election had gone the other way. Now that my boom sticks are pretty safe I can drop some cash into thr Tundra. So I needed tires before I make the 8 hour treck to Biloxi Miss. To visit my Sis for Xmas. ( no I'm not going to spend All of Christmas in the casinos, my Sis really lives there) lol! Ever since I bought my truck and threw a 6' lift and 35's on it I've loved the look. I get compliments daily. The only thing I didn't like was there was so much of a gap around the tire with 35's and the 6' lift.
WELL I FIXED THAT PROBLEM WITH SOME 37's A COUPLE DAYS AGO. NOW SHES PERFECT IN MY EYES!

SO THE Question HAS BEN ANSWERED! 37's CAN FIT WITH A 6' PRO COMP LIFT.
( Minor Plastic Trimming Infront Of Front Tires Required, but easy & TOTALLY WORTH IT)
 

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Love the look. Go Dawgs!
 

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have to post new pics soon, been working on the truck
Bumper, fog lights. etc...
 

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ok, stickers are on ,so are the new shoes
 

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