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see how long it lasts before he has issues. these ifs kits cant support that much weight those tires must be over 100 lb dry weight
Have you noticed any issues running your 37's yet?
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What chad said.
This buddy of mine had kore cvs and 38x15.5 mud grapplers and his kore cvs could not even handle all the stress and pressure those tires brought.

Seriously....37's should be max on our 1500s
Or max with the 38x13.5
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i havent had any issues yet no. but theres a big difference between a 38x15.5 and a 37x13.5. that width pulls you all over the road causing so much additional strain on your cvs. trust me if it was possible without hurting my rig i would have them on it
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All good advice guys thanks. Ill be sticking with some 37x13.50's when its time for some new rubber. I see no need to put the front end under that much stress for a slightly larger tire.
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All good advice guys thanks. Ill be sticking with some 37x13.50's when its time for some new rubber. I see no need to put the front end under that much stress for a slightly larger tire.
Sweet!
When you do dont add the 3" body lift as you will have too much lift for 37's
Either keep what you have or if you want more height, add the 1.25"
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I was wondering about that, I saw pics of your truck with the 3" BL and 37's and it kinda looked like too much wheel well for my taste but what about a 38x13.5x20 with the 3" body lift?

Also, Andrew do you have any pics of how your exhaust tips looked with the body lift on and them tilted up? Im just curious how much tilt you can get out of the tips to bring them up to the bumper.
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Nah, even with 38's it's too small.
It's only 0.7" larger in diameter. So really 0.35"
Makes no diff
I would have dropped the Bilsteins and removed the rear coil spacer if I kept it on and ran the 38's I had

Here is it on 37's and 11"+ lift


Here were the 38's that were going to go on that went to a body along with the lift


As for exhaust....I had mine fixed.

Here are some before and afters.



Gotta cut this and weld it



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Tips lined up

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