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3" lifts and 37" tires, please post pics

Waiting for my coils from Lorenz but in the meantime I'm seriously thinking 37" tires. If you have pics of yours or someone else's please post a pic. Tire I have in consideration is the Goodyear MT/R on my stock rims.:thumbsup

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Here's a few of mine. Not a 3", but it sounds like you want a pic of 37's.





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Killer truck.:thumbsup Don't know how much more you could add to that
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Now thats a good looking truck man!!

03 2500 QCSB 4x4 5spd Flippac camper 315/70-17 BFG's A/T, Banks Ottomind , 5" FBD TB, CFM+intake, S&B cold air box & isspro 30psi fuel, boost & egt gauges. and More to come!!!
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Thanks for the compliments guys, but I am in the process of getting rid of all the chrome, and finishing up the lift. So, there is always more to do, and it is a work in progress!!

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Waiting for my coils from Lorenz but in the meantime I'm seriously thinking 37" tires. If you have pics of yours or someone else's please post a pic. Tire I have in consideration is the Goodyear MT/R on my stock rims.:thumbsup
I have a 6" lift and my 37s still rub a little when I turn right. I'm not saying it's not possible but I would love to see the pics.

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Here ya go - I ran this setup for 4500 miles during the winter. It's a Lorenz 2.25 kit w/ DP Leafs out back & 37in Goodyear MTRs. Zero Rubbing and it was used extremely hard all winter. Just make sure you use a true 12.5in wide tire & stock rims :thumbsup

Good luck and post pics when you're all done!




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Thanks for the compliments guys, but I am in the process of getting rid of all the chrome, and finishing up the lift. So, there is always more to do, and it is a work in progress!!
I have a Qwk question how do you like your lift kit? I am in the process of laying down some cash for that same kit, I not too crazy about going with 8" lift but 37 or 38 inch tires well it seem like a must.I was told Rize was a good lift kit. Any input would be helpful before the first payment goes down.

06 Mega Cab 5.9 Banks intercooler,Daul Exhaust,Ram Intake,Mag-hitec tranny and diff covers, Smarty.New Rize 8" lift with traction bars Triple shocks kit in the front,duals in rear 38" toyo MT with Moto Metal 20" rims
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3" lift and 37's is very doo able.. heck i ran 35's and no lift forever...If you use stock rims or rims with the equivilant backspacing you won't have any troubles.. I know of atleast four people doing it... Unfortunately I don't have any pics becasue I was banned from that site!!


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I won't use stock rims, so that will not work once you change your rims proper offset and larger tires will affect the fit.I want to go with 20" rims possible Weld Racing 20x10 with 37" or 38"

06 Mega Cab 5.9 Banks intercooler,Daul Exhaust,Ram Intake,Mag-hitec tranny and diff covers, Smarty.New Rize 8" lift with traction bars Triple shocks kit in the front,duals in rear 38" toyo MT with Moto Metal 20" rims
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I have a Qwk question how do you like your lift kit? I am in the process of laying down some cash for that same kit, I not too crazy about going with 8" lift but 37 or 38 inch tires well it seem like a must.I was told Rize was a good lift kit. Any input would be helpful before the first payment goes down.
I really like the kit, and you wont be disappointed. The truck rides really good, and I am hoping to add the King Coil Overs and shocks in the future. Once thats done, it will ride even better. PM me if you have any more question, and I will be glad to help you out.:thumbsup

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I have Lorenz's 2.25 SAW with the DP's in the rear and it's fantastic. I have 35x12.5 MTs right now and there is a ton of room for more tire.

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