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Old 12-13-2010, 07:03 AM   #1
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4" lift 37" tires

Hey guys i was wondering if I could tuck a 37" tire with a 4" lift I knw u can run 35 s stock with out rubbing or trimming under normal use and was wondering if any1 has put 37s on a 4"
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Old 12-13-2010, 07:59 AM   #2
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what....on the '78? probably.........but every truck is different.
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Old 12-13-2010, 08:26 AM   #3
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Yeah I apologise for the 78 I feel like 6" lift with 37s might be to big to do the kinda rigging I do but I'm unsure if I should just man up and do the 6 like I originally planned with 37x13.5x16.5 on military humvee rubber with Lincoln locker in my 9"
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Old 12-13-2010, 09:22 AM   #4
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Yes 37's will fit no problem with a 4" lift.
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Old 12-13-2010, 09:52 PM   #5
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and you know humvee tires suck in the mud right? and i assumed they'll be in a lot of mud since you're planning on lincoln locking the rear. they just sound cool cuz they have the word "humvee" before them. i was an army truck driver for 6 years
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and you know humvee tires suck in the mud right? and i assumed they'll be in a lot of mud since you're planning on lincoln locking the rear. they just sound cool cuz they have the word "humvee" before them. i was an army truck driver for 6 years
And they also suck on asphalt, concrete, rock, and just about any other earthly surface. Why else would the government spend millions on them:)
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Anybody have pics of this? Both my buddy and I are putting 4" lifts on our Bronco's, hes going with 35's I was thinking about going with 36" tires. We don't wheel hard and when we do wheel its mostly mud/water so the stock drive-train shouldn't have to much trouble with the slightly larger tire. Just looking to see if they look "TOO BIG" for a 4" lift.
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Anybody have pics of this? Both my buddy and I are putting 4" lifts on our Bronco's, hes going with 35's I was thinking about going with 36" tires. We don't wheel hard and when we do wheel its mostly mud/water so the stock drive-train shouldn't have to much trouble with the slightly larger tire. Just looking to see if they look "TOO BIG" for a 4" lift.
My 78 4" lift with 35" tires.

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Anybody have pics of this? Both my buddy and I are putting 4" lifts on our Bronco's, hes going with 35's I was thinking about going with 36" tires. We don't wheel hard and when we do wheel its mostly mud/water so the stock drive-train shouldn't have to much trouble with the slightly larger tire. Just looking to see if they look "TOO BIG" for a 4" lift.
they'll fit on a 96... whether or not you can steer without fender trimming is another question though
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Anybody have pics of this? Both my buddy and I are putting 4" lifts on our Bronco's, hes going with 35's I was thinking about going with 36" tires. We don't wheel hard and when we do wheel its mostly mud/water so the stock drive-train shouldn't have to much trouble with the slightly larger tire. Just looking to see if they look "TOO BIG" for a 4" lift.
The ability for any given Bronco to accept large tires based on a specific lift size is dependent on the year. This is an excellent thread for the 80-96 model years: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...ad.php?t=17022

I have a 4 inch lift and 35s and I added an additional half inch to the front and still had to slightly trim the fenders and bumper. If you go 37s on a 4 inch lift, you will have to cut the fenders substantially and will quickly discover other issues running that large a tire on a TTB as well (parts wear out quickly, or bend or ??).

IMO, 4 incher and 35s is perfect...
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Old 12-14-2010, 02:06 PM   #11
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I know this pic is small, but this is a 79 bronco 4" lift on 35's



Definitely will tuck 36's and prob 37's. I know on 6" lift its recommended for 38"s but you could probably tuck 40's, and i'm on 9" of lift, they recommend 42's, but I could definitely stuff 44's.
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i like em as low as possible and dont mind cutting as long as it is my wheeler and not DD... if i get a little mud in the cab, its ok. that is why they make water.
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Old 12-14-2010, 05:31 PM   #13
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We are talking 78/79 broncos here. Tire fitment and lift size is way different the the 80-96 broncos.
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Old 12-15-2010, 01:41 AM   #14
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When I got my bronco it had 37's on it. Granted, it's a 92 so I can't tell you how they'd fit on yours, but I must strongly urge you to make sure you have the proper gearing or you will hate your life. I couldn't drive faster than 50 because the truck was just sooooooooo gutless.
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