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Post your pics of 37s and give some feedback!

Mclovinnnnn

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I’m on a 4 inch BDS lift with 35s currently but I’m really interested in switching over to 37x13.50r18s and 18x9 -12 wheels. The setup will weigh about the same & I think they’ll fit even if I have to lift the front end another inch. I’m just curious to see the 37s and to know how you guys like them overall. How is acceleration, cornering, mpg, shift points, clearance, etc? Thank you!
 

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We have the same year, model and packages. I bought mine used with the 6" lift and 37x12.50R20s shown in the photos.
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What’s the height to from ground to antenna on the 37s with 6” lift?
 

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Between the Pulsar in Performance mode and the 37's, MPG is averaging 12... But I'm told I drive with a heavy foot. When I'm dropping $9 or 10k on lifts/wheels/and 37's, MPG isn't really part of the equation for me anymore. Still rubs when you have the wheel cranked and I'm on it and bouncing around in the dirt. IMO I don't think you're going to get 37's under a 4" without some heartache. Between the coil overs and the Hellwig, I hit the same turns at the same speeds as when it was stock and it doesn't feel "tippy" at all. Hands down, the smoothest lifted truck I've ever ridden in. The thing is STUCK to the ground.

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Love the look of 37's w/6" lift! definitely notice the hit in gas mileage but it will get slightly better once i correct the speedo for shift points.
 

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Thank you :) I’m running a 6” pro comp suspension lift, and a 2” daystar body lift in order to clear


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ahh ok. looks great! I definitely had to do some trimming to get them not to rub. For such a big truck the wheel wells are not that big :)
This is my first lifted truck, I had lifted jeeps prior where you can throw on a 3" lift and clear 37's easily but then again the wheels of a jeep are outside the body so not apples to apples...Anyway im off topic now haha, your truck looks great
 

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ahh ok. looks great! I definitely had to do some trimming to get them not to rub. For such a big truck the wheel wells are not that big :)
This is my first lifted truck, I had lifted jeeps prior where you can throw on a 3" lift and clear 37's easily but then again the wheels of a jeep are outside the body so not apples to apples...Anyway im off topic now haha, your truck looks great

Thanks again I appreciate it. And thanks to Matt and the guys at 4wheelparts burlington for putting it together for me. They only had the truck for 3 days :)


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ahh ok. looks great! I definitely had to do some trimming to get them not to rub. For such a big truck the wheel wells are not that big :)
This is my first lifted truck, I had lifted jeeps prior where you can throw on a 3" lift and clear 37's easily but then again the wheels of a jeep are outside the body so not apples to apples...Anyway im off topic now haha, your truck looks great

I’d like to add that the 5th gen ram takes the body lift well! No gaps, hitch looks great,wheel wells are clean and covered. Just have to fix exhaust tips up again no biggie
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Love the look of 37's w/6" lift! definitely notice the hit in gas mileage but it will get slightly better once i correct the speedo for shift points.


That’s a nice looking rig brother!
Front coil overs I see in there? Which brand lift you go with?


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That’s a nice looking rig brother!
Front coil overs I see in there? Which brand lift you go with?


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Thank you! I went with the 6" BDS coil over kit w/DSC also went with their UCA's since the angles are better than the stock arms.
I need to get some better pics once the weather lets up.
 

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Thank you! I went with the 6" BDS coil over kit w/DSC also went with their UCA's since the angles are better than the stock arms.
I need to get some better pics once the weather lets up.

That’s mint, I wanted a BDS but my shop deals with pro comp and fabtech here in Ontario. Procomp holds a good warranty, all the dealerships here use procomp. I just liked that BDS replaces the coil spring with a new longer one opposed to compressing the stock ones. I also wanted coil overs lol, but I had to draw the line on the total build. They look and perform great I’m sure.


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