F350 Dually 37s

F350 Dually 37s – I have a 2018 f350 and installed a Carli 2.5 Pintop with King shocks. Absolutely love the lift. I am now looking for bigger wheels and tires. I like the Sota NovaKane Death Metal 20X10 wheels, but with the Toyo 37″ wheels they seem to come out of the wheel wells, not to mention a little scraping on the backside where my mudguards are. It can cut the plastic in the area ( I’m not too crazy) or another idea is to heat the bag and adjust it a bit.

My question is, how many are running 37’s with flat gear and what was the issue. What other tires can I use to get the tires closer to the wheel wells. I was also looking at the flame if needed, but I wouldn’t like it. The first pictures are with 37″ Toyo’s and the second has 35″ Toyo’s

F350 Dually 37s

I got 36×13 on 18×9 4.5 bs -12 offset. I scratch a little. 3.5 lifts. Can’t easily run 37s if my tires don’t come out too much.

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It’s all about the position behind the wheel. Carli boys can get the recommended rear position.

If I’m not too late to the party, the 37s in the flat system will need some trimming. I usually tell customers to stick with 37×12.5″ tires on wheels no larger than 9″ wide with a 5.5″ backspace; this combo, going with your radius arms, will clean up just like it was done on a 2006 minivan. The mini combo with the small wheel wells was great, the wheels almost rolled with the fenders, which prevented rocks from being thrown into my dirt yard.

2017+ is a bit more forgiving. You can run a 9″ wide with a 5″ rear with a 37×12.5 with no problem. 13.5″ wide and 10″ wide wheels cause some friction like mud on the cover.

GDief said: I have a 2018 f350 that I installed with a Carli 2.5 Pintop with King shocks. Absolutely love the lift. I am now looking for bigger wheels and tires. I like the Sota NovaKane Death Metal 20X10 wheels, but with the Toyo 37″ wheels they seem to come out of the wheel wells, not to mention a little scraping on the back where my mudguards are. It can cut the plastic in place. is there (not crazy) or another idea is to heat up the rubber and adjust it a bit, my question is, how many runs are the 37’s flat pack and what are the issues. what other tires can i use to get the tires closer to the wheel wells , I was also looking at flares if needed, but I don’t like it. The stance looks killer on the 37’s. It looks a bit anemic with the 35’s Thx Click to expand Tag wheel 8.5-9″ wide with rear space around 5″ and should do just fine.

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OCVeloMan said: If I’m not too late to the party, the 37s in the flat system will need some trimming. I usually tell customers to stick with 37×12.5″ tires on wheels no larger than 9″ wide with a 5.5″ backspace; this combo, going with your radius arms, will clean up just like it was done on a 2006 minivan. -the mini combo with the small wheel wells, and it was great, the tires almost roll with the fenders, which prevents rocks from being thrown into my dirt yards. The 2017+ is a bit more forgiving. You run it. can 9″ wide with 5″ rear with 37×12.5 without issues. .. What lift are you running and tire size, I tried 20X10 5 inch back space with -19. I want to remove my paint since we have volcanic rocks thrown on the roads here in the snow. enough glass. I would like to keep it close to the wheel wells. next idea is the same 20×9 wheels with l eh zero zero. I’ve been on the regular Offsets and looked through the gallery quite a bit. I’m just confused. I know I’m overthinking this and it would probably be better to just leave it in stock, but I can’t. I am a sick child and I can never leave any savings.

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Skyd Ram says: Wheel width and offset is your issue. Go for an 8.5-9″ wide wheel with a 5″ rear clearance and it should do just fine. Click to expand… The tire I’m having trouble with is a 20X10 -19. The next choice would be 20 or 18 X 9 with zero out. Would the zero cause too much tire knock on the radio arm or would it be fine. I love the look of the 20×10 -19 I feel like I cut my car with the top that sprays all over the side of my car.

GDief said: The tire I’m having trouble with is a 20X10 -19. The next choice would be 20 or 18 X 9 with zero out. Would the zero cause too much tire knock on the radio arm or would it be fine. I love the look of the 20×10 -19 I just feel like cutting my car off the top that sprays all over the side of my car Thx Click to expand… 9″ wide tires with zero enough to clear the radius arms 37’s very nice the best size for what you are trying to do.

GDief said: What lift are you running and tire size. I tried to produce a 20X10 5 inch in the rear position of -19. The problem I see is the 19’s seem to come out of the tires too far. I really don’t want to ruin my paint since we have slag (volcanic rock) thrown on the roads here during the snow. It is like a diamond cutting through glass. I’d like to keep it closer to the wheel wells. The next idea is the same wheel with 20×9 with zero tread. I’ve been on the regular Offsets and looked through the gallery quite a bit. I’m just confused. I know I’m overthinking this and it would probably be better to just leave it in stock, but I can’t. I am a sick child and I can never leave any savings. Click to expand… I’m running a 2.5″ Carli Coilover Bypass System with a Full Rear Leaf Spring.

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To make it as compact as possible, follow the details I gave you: 37×12.5″ tires on wheels no larger than 9″ wide.

This is an old thread, you may not get an answer, and it may revive an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread. Just put the 3.5″ Lift ready with 37×12.5 Procomp Mud Terrains on the square. I thought I’d share a few pictures.

Do you have any problem swiping right or left? Mine pulls to the right, if it’s straight and good to go, they said something about the rear end being moved forward causing it to pull to the right.

The car still woke me up, but I’ll do it next week. As long as it pulls to the left or right, it moves as it did before the lift.

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Well I guess I’ll take a look at my **** and make sure I’m not twisting anything

On the 37th is it possible to tune your car so the gauges and gauges read correctly?

Lost wages said: If you don’t mind a few more questions…. What gear ratio do you have on your rig? On the 37th is it possible to tune your car so the gauges and gauges read correctly? YES What did those big meats do to your gas mileage? Thanks Click to expand… I replied above in red, I retrofitted 38″ tires before…

One word… STEAMROLLER. Those big tires on the back make it look like it’s ready to hit the pavement. Bad A**

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Semperfidoordie said: Old thread but do you have any idea

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