Can I fit 37?

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  1. RabidRhino

    RabidRhino Junior Member

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    The type of tyre can be instrumental......
    I have a set of 37/12.50-20 Nitto Dune Grapplers off my 03 Durango that I want to fit on an 02 Duallie I'm looking at buying.
    They cleared on my 6" lifted Durango because they had rounded sidewalls but there's no way I could have got aggressive MTs on there with large knobly side lugs as they would have fouled on full lock no matter what offset wheel we used.
    Instead of lift I'm hoping for clearance by fitting a set of Fiberworx fenders. Have you considered changing the body ?
    What about a body lift ?
    I just don't want to alter the suspension after Ram spend so much developing it.
     
  2. usaf2006

    usaf2006 Senior Member

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    There's no way you'll be able to put 37s on a stock suspension. Fiberwerx fenders may fit them with a slight lift, but not stock.
     
  3. Bluesmoke91

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    I'm running 37x13.5x17 Toyo RTs on a Carli 3" kit with absolutely no rubbing anywhere, any time, in any position. You need offset control arms(carli $950, other brands available) and wheels with at least 5.75" of backspacing. I also have the full Carli rear leaf pack which I've been told is also needed to run 37s. Once I figured out I had everything needed to clear 37s(built my suspension before considering 37s), I bought the right wheels then bought my my 37s.
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  4. SFD213

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    Thank you for some hard numbers! You are a legend amongst men! Lol

    Well thats a whole lotta extra work and even more money just to go an extra 2" on the tires. Might just end up going with 35s instead
     
  5. Bluesmoke91

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    Haha no problem bud. Looks wise, I think the 37s are worth it. I've seen the same setup on 35s and it looks good but average. Something about the big tires that gives it an aggressive stance

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    I think the 37s look spectacular and its what i want, just not sure if spending that kind if money is worth it on a gasser. Same reason it isnt a full lift. Id rather spend the heavy money on a longer lasting cummins
     
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    Got any photos of what a cali bro lift is?


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    Here it is we call it bulldogging here high in the front low in the back

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    Shitloads of nose lift at speeds which is just a fast track to st peter
     

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