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  1. 37’s fitted on Sasquatch Bronco straight off the transport

    I’m sure they would. Since installing the 1” leveling kit, the rub very little. It could cause the rub to move to a different location. I like the stock wheels & bid tires.
  2. 37’s fitted on Sasquatch Bronco straight off the transport

    It’s doing fine. It’s heavy. I plan to put a bumper with a tire mount attached to it. I’m just waiting on something I like to hit the market.
  3. 37’s fitted on Sasquatch Bronco straight off the transport

    I have not had an opportunity to take it seriously off-roading. The pictures about is the only spot that I’ve been able to play with the sway bar disconnect. The Toyo MT is a great tire. It is a little louder that the all terrain type tires, but I like the look.
  4. 37’s fitted on Sasquatch Bronco straight off the transport

    I tried it both ways connected & disconnected. There is no rub either way. The only run is when you try to do a U turn. I think that if the tires were 37x12,50 there would not be any rub at all.
  5. 37’s fitted on Sasquatch Bronco straight off the transport

    The only rub is if you are attempting a U turn. I would not change it for anything. I like my fender wells to be full. Even at a U turn. The Rub is minimal. I love this rig.
  6. 37’s fitted on Sasquatch Bronco straight off the transport

    Update. Added 1” Rough Country leveling kit today. Still waiting on an alignment and we will see how it drives now.
  7. 37’s fitted on Sasquatch Bronco straight off the transport

    Thanks for the input. I reported what is really happening.
  8. 37’s fitted on Sasquatch Bronco straight off the transport

    I will try it when I get a few minutes and post.
  9. 37’s fitted on Sasquatch Bronco straight off the transport

    This my Badlands. The 37's do rub on the frame when the wheel is turned lock to lock. It is not bad. Mt F250 rubs much worse than this with a leveling kit and 37's. I do have a leveling kit on order, but its not here yet.
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