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help with tire size

I went on put 35x12.50x18 on my 2006 f-350 diesel.Well does anyone know what that size equates to in metric?I tried a online convertor and got 318/68/18 {now that sounds whakked].Anyone know what they are?


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I went on put 35x12.50x18 on my 2006 f-350 diesel.Well does anyone know what that size equates to in metric?I tried a online convertor and got 318/68/18 {now that sounds whakked].Anyone know what they are?
mine are 315's and is 34.5inches in width when they were knew... that might be right... but im sure someone that knows' more will be along soon


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Most 35 inch tires are a 315/70/rimsize I think it gave you that funky reading because they probably arent 35" tall they are more like 34.6. or 34.8
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325/70/? is your actual 35... Nitto makes one, I am a big nitto fan!!
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Actually thet are a toyo open country mt and they are listed as a 35x12.50x18.I found another post on the board and someone claimed these to be a 325/65/r18 so im going with that.


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BFGoodrich All Terrains come in a 325\65R18. The O.D. is 34.7 but the section width is 13, a little bit wider.

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Thanks guys,i basically needed the info for my rpm {revolutions per mile}so Dj could set up my sct tunes proper.I feel this will be close enough for what we are doing.Thanks again.


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