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Old 10-23-2012, 05:07 PM
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35's on stock 20

35's x 12.5 on stock 05 20 inch rim.... Will it rub on a stock height 05 f250. If so, how bad.

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Old 10-23-2012, 05:56 PM
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35's x 12.5 on stock 05 20 inch rim.... Will it rub on a stock height 05 f250. If so, how bad.

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No, wont rub. Many people are doing it, through you should know that most 35"s are technically too wide for the OEM 20"s. A better fit for your rims is the Nitto Trail Grappler in 295/65/20.
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not a 05 but here is mine
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Mine is an 07 with no rubbing and no lift. I have had it locked in both directions making tight turns with no issues. 315/60/stock 20's.

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Does it being a 350 make a difference? What width tires?
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