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Exclamation ReadyLift and rear blocks. Can i fit 37x12.50?

ive had my truck with 31s with a little torsion bar crank but im now getting new tires and a 2.5" front readylift leveling kit and im thinking 2" rear blocks. i know the back will be fine for 35s or 37s but the front is what im concerned about. i can crank the torsions about another 1-2" plus the readylift and have around 5.5" of lift in the front from stock. im looking at a good deal for those goodyear wrangler military 37x12.50r16.5 for about $400 for the set. i already have the rims. could i fit the 37s or should i just pay the extra to stick with 35s?
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I wouldn't crank your torsion bars that much as it could make it very hard to align, I would stick with 35's if you need a good price on tire let me know I could see what we could do for you.

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I wouldn't crank your torsion bars that much as it could make it very hard to align, I would stick with 35's if you need a good price on tire let me know I could see what we could do for you.

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What could you do for 35x12.50r17? Don't have to be MTs but something aggressive.
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