I mounted 37X12.50s today. I am able to turn at full lock both directions without any rubbing. I have not tested for potential issues under load. I just wanted to share for those who care. Cheers!
Thanks for the update. I had heard somewhere from one of the early reviewers that the truck could handle 37” tires without any issues. Looks like you just confirmed that.I mounted 37X12.50s today. I am able to turn at full lock both directions without any rubbing. I have not tested for potential issues under load. I just wanted to share for those who care. Cheers!
Does look great. I’d guess too under certain off-road conditions there will be some rubbing but if it’s a street only thing I’d guess it would have no problems.Looks good.
It also looks like it might rub under certain conditions.
Please let us know how it behaves under regular driving conditions and also under some severe angles.
I think they will be one-upping each other for the next few years. We all win either way as consumers. I imagine they will have an upgrade option for 37s, just a wild guess, because it seems that 37s was the highlight of the V6 Raptor unveil and an optional 37s package would take that away from Ford. I don't think most buyers care about the less then 1 inch war on angles or the 100bs payload edge outs. Both are amply capable trucks offroad so its all about the motor to most buyers and Ram is holding the hill for now. V8 Raptor is still a year out and the V6 Raptor and TRX are honestly in two different weight classes in power and price.37’s look awesome, like it’s supposed to be that way. Anyone think the MY22 could come with 37’s standard? FCA seemed to know what was under the hood of the 21 raptor (“pop the hood”). Would make me believe they knew 37’s were on the table. Is it possible FCA held back the 37’s? Also, you put 37’s on the TRX and once again it tops Ford on approach and departure angles (I think??). FCA put a ton of research and development in the TRX to be upped in a single year, just doesn’t seem possible. I feel FCA is a couple steps ahead. I could be total wrong but hey you never know.