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post #1 of 25 Old 04-01-2010, 01:35 PM Thread Starter
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Show me your leveled truck's with 20's

Hey guys i have an 06 and i'm gonna order a newton leveling kit 2" or 2.5". I have almost narrowed it down to what rims. I like the mazzi hulks and the kmc rockstars. But i guess what i'd like to see is some of your trucks with 20's and some advice. I don't want to rub! So please show me your trucks! 35"s or 33"s?

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These I would like to see also. Do you have f250 or f350? I'm thinking 2.5" front with a 5.5" block on the rear. I'm new to lifting so just starting. (Newton also)
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These I would like to see also. Do you have f250 or f350? I'm thinking 2.5" front with a 5.5" block on the rear. I'm new to lifting so just starting. (Newton also)
Mine's an f250 my biggest thing is i don't wanna rub but i want her to look like a train haha

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mines a ready lift 2.5 front and rear block level kit on 17" ar cannons with 35" mickey thompson mtz's

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Looks good!
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here is mine... 2.5 front and f-350 blocks in the rear... running toyo 35 12.5 20's no issues here

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here is mine... 2.5 front and f-350 blocks in the rear... running toyo 35 12.5 20's no issues here
how wide is your rim?

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mines a ready lift 2.5 front and rear block level kit on 17" ar cannons with 35" mickey thompson mtz's
It looks sharp, idk if i'll be able fit 20's with a 13.5" tire on just a leveling kit. How are you liking the mtz's by the way i've heard some good and bad about them

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It looks sharp, idk if i'll be able fit 20's with a 13.5" tire on just a leveling kit. How are you liking the mtz's by the way i've heard some good and bad about them
Yea you can. Ive got 18's but these are 35x13.5. I have MTZ's now in the same size and they dont rub at all.

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Yea you can. Ive got 18's but these are 35x13.5. I have MTZ's now in the same size and they dont rub at all.
do you remember what the offset of your rim was?

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