The point is there is a difference in the height of a 37" tall tire depending on the manufacturer.
No beating dead horses here...just trying help answer a question with real world experience and facts instead of reiterating what I saw on a manufacturer's web site.
If the truth be known...tire manufacturer's are allowed by law a 6% variance from their actual claimed size stated on the tire, thus making it possible for a "true" 35" tire to be advertised as a 37...
With a 37" tire no matter what brand - section width, tread width, rim width and offset will play a much larger role on whether the tire will fit on a Dodge truck or not.
Just my .02 cents...with a few facts