Several years back, I wrote an article on clearing 35” tires on a 3rd generation (1998) Toyota 4Runner. At that time, Toyotas running 35” tires without the use of a huge lift were relatively uncommon. However fast forward to today and the scene has progressed hugely, both in terms of the range of aftermarket parts available and how much cutting and permanent modifications the average enthusiast is willing to do. It’s now pretty common for 35” tires and a 2-3” lift to be the go-to build on 4Runners, Tacomas and GX’s. The next logical step is 37” tires. While I will be doing an article on clearing 37” tires on a GX470 (which will also apply to the 4Runner and Tacoma) later this year, today’s article is about how to clear 37” tires on the 2007-2021 Toyota Tundra.