fit 37s with a leveling kit?

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TateJohnson

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I've recently purchased a mint 1 gen Raptor and have been slowly building it into the truck I wanted as a kid, I'd like to throw 37s on it. (thinking KO2's or BFGoodrich KM3's) The truck currently has a leveling kit and bottom perch and rides like a cloud. I just want to fill out my wheel wells a little. does anyone have any experience and could lead me in the right direction, thanks!
 

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We’ll reading that i think i may just do a 35 instead… im all set doing a gear swap. lol
 

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I just went through this and took a bit to finally turn 37s. Gear swap is ALMOST a must and an increase in HP (a tune minimum) will help with the lag you will get from the loss of power. Upgraded driveshaft might be a wise move as well. It's not much of a power loss but noticable. Clearance is the next issue. For the front I went mid pirch with progressive springs and HAD TO TRIM the pinch welds and mods to my wheel wells (trimming). I will be replacing my fenders and liners next but for street driving I have plenty of clearance sans the extreme speed bump. Due to my rim offset I will eventually need to replace the front bumper with a dovetail style front. I did experiment with the 37s on my factory rims and they fit nicely. On the rear I have +3 Deavers but from what I have read 37s will fit on the rear with minimal effort.
 
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