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Old 11-06-2012, 07:02 AM
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Post some pics of your 6.0 duallys with wider tires!!!

I'm tryin to decide what to go with on my truck. If you guys don't mind post some pics of your trucks with wider tires, and mention the tire size and maybe spacer size if you have em. Thanks!!!


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I forget the exact size. ill have to check when i get to the truck. But they are not much bigger than stock so no need for spacers or leveling kit. Alltho i would like to level it

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Old 11-06-2012, 08:13 AM
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Yea I have a leveling kit on mine right now, I was thinking of running 285's but I know I will need spacers for that lol


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Im sure some body will clarify what sizes will work by the time i get back to the truck.idk why im drawing a blank rite now

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This is not my truck, but I've talked to him and if I had a dually this is where I'd go with it. Pretty sweet if you ask me.
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Fixin to order 285's and 2" spacers. I'll post pics when I get it done


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Scratch that. Ordering 305/70R16's and 2" spacers


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For your 2003 6.0 Dually 2-wheel drive?

I have a 2004 6.0 Dually...2-wheel drive and I want to lift it enough to get some bigger tires...I've been searching the site (using the search)...and other forums online regarding this process...Not having much luck...I'm wanting 33s...or 35s at MOST if possible without going stupid on a massive lift...it's not for going out having fun...(who does that in a dually???)...I just want nice tires that can handle sketchy situations when working in remote locations and snow

Please keep us updated...I was out all day looking at my options from different stores...probably gonna go with the GoodYear Duratracks
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I work in west Texas 2 weeks at a time and I just got to work so it'll be a couple weeks before I get home but mine is 4x4 with a leveling kit


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Post some pics of your 6.0 duallys with wider tires!!!

Finally got around to puttin tires on it. I got 305/70 R16 fierce attitude m/t's with 2.5" spacers!!Post some pics of your 6.0 duallys with wider tires!!!-imageuploadedbyautoguide1360876779.806788.jpgPost some pics of your 6.0 duallys with wider tires!!!-imageuploadedbyautoguide1360876788.932529.jpgPost some pics of your 6.0 duallys with wider tires!!!-imageuploadedbyautoguide1360876799.441578.jpg


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