Any1 with lift and 37s ?

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In couple months I'm planning to lift my truck.

13 RAM 1500 SPORT 3.92 GEARS 4x4

What do you guys think of this setup.
6 inch zone lift
Blisteins at 2.1
22inch rims
37 toyos or nittos

Anyone with this setup

How does the truck handle
How's the Mileage

If I were to get -24 offset wheels and toyo 37 13.5 22 tires would It rub ?

Thanks for the help...
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sickk truck.

how does it handle with the 3.92 gears ? is it mandatory to change or does it handle well.

also what offset is your rims ? did you have to do any trimming on bumper ?
hows your milage too ?did it go down alot

thanks for the help.
I have a 6 inch rough country on 37s with 20 inch rims, before i put my body lift on as well, i had a slight rub on the front bumper, so i had to do minimal shaving. i have no issues any more. i also have my bilsteins at 0 because i like the look of the rake, but im sure you would be good. i also have the 3.92 gears. I want to raise them to 4.56, but they run very solid with the bigger tires. your mpg will take a big hit, but i didnt really buy a truck for mpg, so thats the way i look at it. by far best truck i have owned and is still running strong. you will enjoy it.
sweet not bad,, so the 3.92s pull the truck well ? or can u feel a loss in power ?

what would 4.56s do ?

and would a chip set at the best octane help with the issue ?

Hello Hemi Boss,

i do notice the truck is slower.. even with the 3.92 gears.. needs more gas to do the same... so yes.. more gas is more fuel... you will notice the milage drop..

My rims are et +25!
I used 25mm spacers in the front
and 45mm in the back
So with the
spacers I have essentialy et 0
tires are 37x13.5x22 no rubbing.. no trimming..

So if i were to have the same setup would u consider changing the gears?

Which geats would be best and how much would they cost. Thanks
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