There’s no debate that diesel-powered pickups are making more power than ever, and when you combine that with a big lift, it puts more strain on the rear end gears. When you put 37-inch-tall tires on a diesel truck, it’s the icing on the cake.
Adding larger wheels and tires to a truck can improve the look and function almost instantly. But most people forget about the brakes. From the factory, the brakes are optimized to stop the size of tire that the truck originally came with.
Let’s face the honest truth about truck ownership. At times, bad things happen. Truck parts are designed to have certain longevity or an expected lifespan. However, when things are changed or modified, all bets are off.