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05 F350 Tires

Ok so here is the deal i have an 05 f350 crew cab and i have 20's on it for the summer but now i need to figure out what size tires will work best for my stock 18" Rims. I need help please!!
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any lift or level kit?

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the truck is stock
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whats the stock rim width

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that i do not know i was hoping someone could help me out
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305s fit on an 03 f-250 with minor mud flap trimming.

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that i do not know i was hoping someone could help me out
shot this guy a pm http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/members/8642.html

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you have mail mdcody,since i read this i have a better understanding where your at,the OEM 18" wheels are a 18X8 wide and those truck usually have a 275-70R18(33.5-11.00R18)but you can fit 35-12.50R18's on the same wheels but you almost need a leveling kit to keep the tires from rubbing when offroading..

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I replaced my tires with Toyo Open Country AT, 285-65-18 10 plys. They fit really good on the stock rims and look good to. They produce about the same tire noise as the continentals did.

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the 285-65R18 are only a 32.5-11.50R18 but if you don't mind a shorter tire then there you go..

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