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325/70/17 on stock 250, will I have issues?

Found a decent deal on some 325/70/17 nittos, but my truck is factory height with the factory 17" alum wheels. Will I have rubbing issues? How bout if I level the front? The tire pretty much comes out to be 35x13x17

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you will need a leveling kit and it would look better with a 350 block in the rear

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it will rub likely, with your stock rim offset it may rub really badly. And it will look funny uless you raise it some... IMO.

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So if i raise the front 2.5" and put a F350 block in the rear, will i be alright you think?
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i'm going to go have a leveling kit installed tomorrow i think, depends on what deal they can cut me. but the shop that will do it says they would more than likely be fine, but may get rubbing on the Radius Arms, but only at full turn, he also says the turning radius wont be affected too badly. Does that sound about right? or am i asking for trouble?
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