This guy. lolthey wont be that bad to fit. i had a 35 10.5 (just as wide as my 35 12.5 km2's) as a spare for my tacoma and it fit just fine. after i tubbed enough to fit a normal 37 12.5 tire
i didnt take any pictures during it i just started cutting and welding and busted out both sides from start to finish in about 3.5 hours including doin the fender work. idk why people make it a big deal, hell it was the first time using a mig for me and it was straight forward. take the coilover out and mashes the tire to the bumpstop and dont stop cutting till u can turn full lock both ways. i never really planned on running a 37, but i had one to use so thats what i did all my fitment with to be sure i would NEVER rub with my 35's. still rubbed the frame, but nothing u can do about that unless u get different wheels and mine stuck out far enough so i sucked it up and let them rub at full lock when partially compressedThis guy. lol
Got a link or pics or something for when you did that? If you're tubbing, might as well go big right?
Amen brother!! I miss mine bad. I can tell you this, it's hard to compare anything else after running a bias TSL.You'll love them. I loved my tsls when I ran then (q78-16, 36x11). Firewall tubbing, fender trimming and some spacers up front will likely be in your future.
Fwiw - my bias ply tsls were the best tire I ever ran offroad. Loved them so much I just ordered another set I found to replace my brand new kevlars.