23R - Toyo M/T 37X13.5 R17 - Suspension Upgrades?

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CleverGirl_

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Oh.
No.
You.
D’n’t.
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Currently, we only throw shade at FRF & other Raptor owners for stupid offsets, and by implication, crazy profiles for a truck


@EldeLaR
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Pictures or it’s a prius. We don’t count ‘profile’ pictures.
Be honest now, did you use an AI client to generate that post verbiage? :)
I eagerly await your thoughtful and comprehensive response.
Pretty sure asking if 37’s will fit is bingo no?
 

smurfslayer

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Too many bingo cards
I’m gonna make my own now to further complicate things.
go for it! I used myfreebingocards.com
post in new user safe space please. IIRC, they start on page 5
 

Donmatteo

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Dear Forum Members,

I hope this message finds you well. I am reaching out to seek guidance and insight regarding a recent upgrade I am considering for my 2023 Raptor R.

Specifically, I have recently placed an order for new wheels, which are specified as 6X135/17X8.5 with a 0mm offset. In conjunction with these wheels, I am contemplating installing Toyo M/T 37X13.5 tires onto my truck.

Before proceeding with this setup, I am eager to learn from those who may have already undertaken a similar configuration. If any members of this forum have previously completed this setup on their 2023 Raptor R, I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to view any accompanying pictures for reference.

Furthermore, I am particularly interested in understanding any potential issues related to rubbing or the necessity of upgrading suspension components. Should such upgrades be required, I kindly ask for recommendations from experienced individuals within this community.

Your collective expertise and insights would be immensely valuable to me as I navigate this modification for my vehicle. I extend my sincere gratitude in advance for any assistance you can provide.

Thank you for your time and consideration.
Someone used ChatGPT to write this post.
 

brettmess24

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Run the MT in 37x12.5, they are D rated and 84 lbs, you will be fine with a zero offset 8.5” wide wheel. The 13.5 wide Toyo MT weighs 10lbs more and is an E rated tire.
 

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First off the Ford performance engineers spent years on figuring out what size what offset would work under all conditions . Including Tires stick with that and you’ll be fine other than that you’re going to F it up
 
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