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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 01-03-2008, 08:28 PM Thread Starter
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35's or 37's that is the question...

Been running 37's for 4 years now, about due for tires and thinking about dropping to 35's... It will Tow better, have a bit more HP and TQ, but wont look as good.

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Re: 35's or 37's that is the question...

thought i would never hear that question from you

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Re: 35's or 37's that is the question...

all about the looks.


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Re: 35's or 37's that is the question...

i would do 35.

02 f-250 xlt with leather, BTS trans. dp-tunes, afe. 40" bfg km2 on some 20's. and a bunch of other stuff that doesent make it any faster.
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Re: 35's or 37's that is the question...

my opinion is never to downsize. but i am taking the 40's off of my 150 and putting 37's on it but thats because i'm going to starting hunting out of it more, and i don't think the dogs will be very happy with me if they have to jump on a tailgate that is 4 feet off the ground. but in your case, i'd leave the 37's, keep it looking good!!!

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Re: 35's or 37's that is the question...

I was gonna go 35" and the tire guy said they would be available the next day, or he could put on the 37's he had in stock. I now roll 37's with 456 gears and dig it. Need to switch wheels though. What gears you runnin? I figure I could have gone 430 and been ok, 373's were weak.

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Re: 35's or 37's that is the question...

3.73's... I love them on the hwy and the flats... but with the hybrids the Eye really has to be on the EGT gauge... or gauges...

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Eye! (Just noticed you had 16) Wow on the gauges dude, you must wear SPF 60 at night! I am seriously jealous, I would like to see some pix!

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Re: 35's or 37's that is the question...

Maybe your garrett wouldn't surge if you would actually gear correctly for the tires you run.
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Maybe your garrett wouldn't surge if you would actually gear correctly for the tires you run.

Funny the Turbonetics doesnt...

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