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Anyone have pics of 37's on 22's. What lift would be needed for this 7"? Thanks
 

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37 on 22's i would say u should be able to clear them with a 6 inch lift i no of a guy with 40's on 22's with a cummins and he has a 6 inch lift with a little bite of cutting
 

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duramaxin14;1569036; said:
37 on 22's i would say u should be able to clear them with a 6 inch lift i no of a guy with 40's on 22's with a cummins and he has a 6 inch lift with a little bite of cutting
Yea but that is a Dodge with a SFA. Dodges ride higher stock than GMs its a fact. With 6 inches you will need to trim a lot and with 7 you still might have to trim a little but not as much.
 

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I've seen trucks with 37s on a cranked 6" and they fit, but didn't look quite right.

I'd run at least a 8" kit to clear 37s. Look at the CST, Cognito, or Full Throttle kits. I had the 10-12 Cognito on my last truck and couldn't have been happier with it. If I were to lift this truck, I'd use the Cognito again in a heartbeat.
 

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Look at my garage the pics of the wheels are 37/22's the ones on the truck currently are 24's with 37inch tire
 

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CJGLLY;1567173; said:
Anyone have pics of 37's on 22's. What lift would be needed for this 7"? Thanks

37" on 22.5

no lift
 

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there is a pic in my garage of my dads truck. It has 37's on 20's with a 6" rcd, and he actually had to cut the chrome on the front bumper. But I think it looks sweet. I think that if you took it off a jump it will probably rub pretty good.
 
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