37" Tires on Sasquatch ?

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Has their been any confirmation that you can swap out 37" tires on a Sasqustch without a lift or any other modification. I have seen alot of speculation and rumor but just curious if we have any solid information that they will.

Since we are all in a holding pattern for getting our Broncos just trying to plan out my personal build and budget so would appreciate any info you all got.

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Not possible without a lift. In Moab, there was a video where it was said you need 2 inch lift. I will post the video if I can find it.
 

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I think most people agree that it will need a small lift to clear 37” tires. I could be wrong. Or maybe you just need a sawzall 🤷‍♂️.
 

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I think the short answer is we don't know yet. the 4WP build used a non SAS bronco base and had a 2-3.5 lift. So that's not a direct comparison.
 

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The video said 2in up and 2in out. I'm curious if the 2in out would really be necessary. It would be nice to throw a small lift on and use the stockers with 37s.
 

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I think they’ll fit without a lift... just use the fenders as the bump stop... and it’ll probably make a 3 point turn into like a 9 point 😉
 

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The 4wp rig was using aftermarket rims with the same offset as the Sas rims so it looks' like 37s will fit without having to stick them out. No idea what that does to turn radius though.

It seems likely they'll need a lift of some sort. The 35s on the non-sas Overlander rig were absolutely stuffed in there.
 

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There was a ride along form Super Cel East with Shelby Hall. She confirmed that 37 would fit on a stock Sasquatch Bronco. outside of actually doing it, it's all speculation up to this point but I'm hopeful that it's possible. That'll be the first thing I do when i need new tires.
 

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The video said 2in up and 2in out. I'm curious if the 2in out would really be necessary. It would be nice to throw a small lift on and use the stockers with 37s.
Some out is going to be needed so the tires don't rub on full turn. Now, the Squatch wheels may have enough backspacing already. We need someone to view a Squatch in person and have them turn the wheel lock to lock and measure how much room is in front and behind the tires. It seems like someone should have done this already...
 

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I'm gonna go with a 37 X 11.50 on BL. I hope it will need minimal lift with the slightly narrower tire as long as the offset is right at the time. Gotta get my hands on it and see how much room there is.
 

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Can someone please tell me what "fits" means. In my eyes for 37s to properly fit, the suspension should be able to fully compress and extend with minimal to no rubbing. On the 37" equipped broncos I've seen it doesn't really seem like the suspension has enough room to fully compress, especially the front without blowing off the fenders.
 

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I don't see 37's fitting on Sasquatch without additional lift and not rubbing while stuffed off road. For the mall crawler types it might be ok'ish on road, maybe.
 

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I'm gonna go with a 37 X 11.50 on BL. I hope it will need minimal lift with the slightly narrower tire as long as the offset is right at the time. Gotta get my hands on it and see how much room there is.
Who makes that tire in a 17?
 

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