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4th Gen Tire and wheel Discussion of tire and wheel options

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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 08-22-2019, 10:08 PM Thread Starter
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37s on thuren level

Well guys today I successfully fit 37x13.5x20 on some XD machete rims with zero offset. Just had to trim the black plastic liner a little bit. Doesnít run control arms at all and I still have full turning. Iím running thurens 2.75 front overland kit on my 2017 2500. Love how it turned out. Located in so cal. Got my old tires available 295/65/20s with 17k miles. Pm me if interested!37s on thuren level-img_8039.jpg37s on thuren level-img_8037.jpg37s on thuren level-img_8038.jpg


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Looks good. You have me drooling wishing my tires would wear down faster!!

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Looks good man. I love the white megas

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Looks good. You have me drooling wishing my tires would wear down faster!!


Thanks man. My tires were no wear close to being done but these were on Craigslist for to good of a deal to pass up. I convinced the wife to let me get them hoping they would fit and if they did I would sell my 295/65 toyos. They just baaaaarely fit haha


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Looks good man. I love the white megas


Thanks man me too. Was always my dream truck!


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Looks great, do you notice a acceleration/stopping difference vs the 295’s? Any ride deference?
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Feels a tad bid softer on ride. Havenít noticed any of the other 2 yet. I baby the truck so Iíve never really driven it that hard


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. Iím thinking of going from 295s to 37. Thanks for the info.
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. Iím thinking of going from 295s to 37. Thanks for the info.


I love how it turned out. Now just need to get an AEV procal to adjust my Speedo


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I wonder what the height of the shakes out to with the 37s on it. I have the standard 7ft garage, and looking to go same 2.75" leveling as you have. Just don't want to take the gamble and get 37s if it wont fit in the garage LOL. So, to be safe I have been thinking 295/95/R20 or 35/11.50R20
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I have 37s on stock wheels which just a leveling kit and mine fits in a 7ft garage with about an inch to spare.
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Iíll have to check mine later. If It does fit it will literally be scraping the rubber seal haha


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