37" tires - do they fit?

John813

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Make sure you have a spare power steering pump with you if you go offroading.

37's + stock PSP = better chance at blowing the pump if you go full lock/hard day off road with turning.
 

MrGable27

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I’ve run 37” BFGs on my Gen 1, both on mid perch with stock Fox’s and fenders, and with King 3.0s and fiberglass.

You can run BFG 37’s with stock shocks and fenders, but you’d better be prepared to do some serious trimming and hammer the pinch welds. This will work for 99% of all raptor owners, and you can still take it offroad and have fun. However, if you do any serious/high speed desert running, then you run a decent chance at blowing the stock fender liners out, or that grey outer trim piece off.

If you’re really going to beat the piss out of the truck, then I’d recommend either getting aftermarket fiberglass fenders, or just sticking with a nice set of 35” tires.

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SJC8713

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I’ve run 37” BFGs on my Gen 1, both on mid perch with stock Fox’s and fenders, and with King 3.0s and fiberglass.

You can run BFG 37’s with stock shocks and fenders, but you’d better be prepared to do some serious trimming and hammer the pinch welds. This will work for 99% of all raptor owners, and you can still take it offroad and have fun. However, if you do any serious/high speed desert running, then you run a decent chance at blowing the stock fender liners out, or that grey outer trim piece off.

If you’re really going to beat the piss out of the truck, then I’d recommend either getting aftermarket fiberglass fenders, or just sticking with a nice set of 35” tires.

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This is the look im hoping to achieve! That looks perfect.

I can grab some pics of the trimming I had to do if you’re still interested

Ill take them if you dont mind!
 
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