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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-01-2002, 06:54 PM Thread Starter
 
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Who\'s Running 36x12.50\'s Super Swamper\'s

I have been looking at the tire size chart and like the looks of the super swamper's 36x12.50 and have been thinking about the size differance between the 36 and the 33" tire. What would I need for lift to run the 36x12.50, I don't want to go soa. I know that I need a bigger motor first.
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Re: Who\'s Running 36x12.50\'s Super Swamper\'s

i currently have 36x14.5 SSR's and i have a trailmaster 4" spring lift/1-1/2 " shackle lift & 1"over stock body lift. my tires still hit the fenders. i am trimming this summer [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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Re: Who\'s Running 36x12.50\'s Super Swamper\'s

I run 36 x 12.5 TSL's. I have 2-1/2" suspension lift, 3" body lift and 1-1/2" shackle lift. I ramped a 689 without any tire rub.
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I got a soa 3" body with 6 leaf springs, not wore out. No fender trimming and they rub a little in the front still. if I trimmed about 1 inch off they would fit perfect.

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Re: Who\'s Running 36x12.50\'s Super Swamper\'s

Remember that a bigger motor is usually heavier and what ever lift you get will be that much less because of it.
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