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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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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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2008 f250 ccsb 4x4 lariat.. 8 inch lift, 24in fuel hostage, 40in ss m16, Arp studs, egr delete, street diesel performance down pipe, intake elbow and cac pipe, Diesel site boots, xrt pro with kem tunes, s&b intake, 5 inch exhaust, edge cts, tinted mirror lights, pioneer 8400 double din, hid headlights and fogs, two jl audio 13tw5 with rockford 1500 watt amp, jl audio door speakers and tweeters, prestige 2 way alarm and remote start.

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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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