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She looks nice... Can the little 2.7l turbo spin those tires? Or was it a 2.3? I didn't bother to look.
 

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as a side question, has anyone heard complaints about the 2 pc lug nuts Ford is using on the Ranger and the Bronco? Are you guys changing the lugs nuts when installing the custom wheels? if yes what are you getting?
Ford uses them on everything and they are cheap fucking trash. Worth it to swap them out if you will be removing tires even semi-regularly.

And it's common to need or use different lug nuts when switching to an aftermarket wheel.
 

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Looks like it will be maxed out on a parking curb
 
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He said they do rub when turning lock-to-lock.
 

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Definitely looks good, but almost certain to rub. There's a difference between 'looks like it fits' and 'actually fits for use'.
As others mentioned on FB, good for mall crawling and looks. Less so for actually taking it off road.

Also curious if they bothered to have the speedometer and other computerized bits recalibrated for 37s, or if they never got past the 'need big tire look' phase of thinking.
 

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I could see how you'd be fine with 37x12.5 over 35x12.5, but if these are 37x13.5 (which they look to be), they probably just cleared the steering knuckle, but I cant imagine that these wouldnt occasionally rub under moderately aggressive driving. The sasquatch only has 1.4" of lift. Imagine putting this tire on a non-sas with only a 1.4" lift kit?....you wouldnt...
 
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They look way too stuffed in there. That's going to cause issues for sure.
 

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as a side question, has anyone heard complaints about the 2 pc lug nuts Ford is using on the Ranger and the Bronco? Are you guys changing the lugs nuts when installing the custom wheels? if yes what are you getting?
2 piece?
 

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Holy crap those 37s look 4" taller than the 35s
 
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