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WTT: 37x13.5x20 Nitto MT for 35x20

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Like the title says, I'm looking at dropping my truck back down a couple of inches to haul a gooseneck so I need to drop tire sizes. Looking to trade my 37x13.50x20 Toyo MT's (title says Nitto but theyre Toyos) for a set of 35s. Must be MT's. My tires have around 70%-80% with no plugs or patches. Always rotated on time. Not too sure on the exact mileage but they have no more then 15k miles on em. Let me know what you have. YOU pay for the swap. We can meet at a Discount Tire and have tires swapped. You might have to add a small amount of cash (depending on your tire condition).
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Sorry for the VERY late reply. I'm not interested in trading for a smaller size wheel, just wanna downsize to 35x20s. Thank you anyways.
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You have any pics. I'd trade and add alittle cash on my end if your interested. They are 17x12.5 w 35s. Prob about 50% tread left on them.

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Like stated above, I don't really want to drop down wheel size, only tire size. I'll post pictures of the tread wear on my 37s for anyone interested.

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BUMP. Still searching for 35x12.50x20 tires. Must be a mud terrain (Toyo MT, Nitto Trail Grappler, Mickey Thompson, etc.) Not interested in a Federal MT.

Also, if anyone with stock suspension AND A 2.5" leveling kit would be interested in trading their suspension for my lift, let me know. It's a 5" Rough Country lift (full coils) with Bilstein 5100 shocks. Truck Source Diesel out of San Antonio will swap both suspensions for $800. We can split the difference. Contact me for more information (830) 299-2641. I just can't go back to stock unless I have 35s.
Bump. Might consider trading for stock Laramie wheels and 35s PLUS cash on your end.
I'll sell u my tires as I'm looking to go down to a 33
Text me whenever you have a chance. It may take me awhile to reply, I'm at work. (830) 299-2641.
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