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ok im shopping for new tires, i curretly have toyo m/t's 35 x12.50 20's (please can we get past the 20's) im thinking of moving up to 37's? how will i know if i have the clearence? i have a 4' skyjacker lift if that helps. also whats some mud tires out there that are good? im thinking the nitto mud grapplers? any others?

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Procomp Extreme MT (have these mounted now)
Toyo Open Country MT (had those in the past on two H2's)

Those are my two top choices. The Nittos wear very fast/ soft tire.

Will they fit? Find a tire store that will test fit them for you. No way to tell without knowing your wheel specs or how much lift you netted off that setup...bumpers, winch etc.

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With the 4" lift you should be good with 37's as long as you have flat or trimmed fenders. You will need to increase your bumpstops. The tires you can choose from will be a little limited with the 20's but you could check out these:

Toyo Open country M/T
Kuhmo Road Venture M/T
Mickey Thompson MTZ
Nitto Mud grapplers
Pro Comp Mud Terrain
Pitbull Rockers

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Hey Norm what's up dude! I have about 22k on my mud grapplers and the tread is still awesome, if that helps. I really like the goodyear mtr kevlars too, really aggressive look and I've seen em in action and they hold up really well where others failed as far as being puncture resistant.

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