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Old 01-17-2019, 11:56 PM
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I'm going to be getting my first f150 this weekend (06 King Ranch) and my plan is to put a 6 inch lift on it. I'd like 20x10 or 20x12 rims and I'm curious if the 37's will fit without any issues, or if I need the 35's for this set up. I don't plan on taking it off roading all that often, maybe just a few times a year with my friends that have trucks. I'd love to hear all feedback and ideas. I'm pretty new to the truck scene.

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Old 01-18-2019, 06:03 AM
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37’s will rub bad.. and take down all your power without a gear change. double check with the lift ... make sure you buy wheels with the correct backspacing to clear lift spindles.
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Yes 37's will rub a lot, I think. Also, 10" is plenty of rim width. Even with 35's you're going to take a pretty big hit, power wise. The best case is if the truck currently has 3.73 gears, that'll maximize power to the wheels. I would start budgeting for a gear swap. After going to 35's on my '05, I re-geared to 4.56 and it's a whole new truck.
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Even if you get enough lift to clear 'em, 37s are WAY too much tire for that truck. You'll tax the **** outta your diff(s), axles, trans, brakes.. 1/2 tons just don't have the components to handle that big of a tire. Hell, even 3/4 tons should be re-geared for 37s-at the very least.
You'll even wanna re-gear with 35's
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37s will fit with a 6 lift depending on the actual tire size ( some 37 tires are really only 36.5 inches) and lift kit brand. I fit 37 nitro terra grappler g2s on my 2004 with a 6 rough country lift. All I had to trim was the plastic piece below the front bumper. It ran fine with no rubbing at all but I ended up doing a 3 body lift and 4.56 gears.
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