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Old 03-14-2008, 05:01 PM
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2006 F-350: Want 35s with 2.5" or 3" of lift.....wheels?

Hello all,
I want to run 35x12.50R20 Toyo M/Ts on my 2006 F-350 CC/SB 4x4, but I only wanna lift it 2.5" or 3" inches. What wheel backspacing will I need to use in order to prevent rubbing?

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You should talk to Nate about that. He has that same setup on his truck. Hes got a leveling kit on his truck. He has no rubbing issues at all. My 35s rub but I also have leafs up front
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O.K. What is Nate's screen name?
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you have coils, he said his rubbed his leaf springs. i dont thnk you will have a rub problem with anything close to a noral backspace. lots of guys run this set up.
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4.5". I think you will rub VERY LITTLE. Not enough for it to really matter. I rub a little but it's no biggie.
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No way man, Im telling you Nate runs that same tire combo on his 06 with no rubbing at all. His tires stick out a tad not crazy. Hes got like a 2.5" leveling kit on there. BTW man his user name is 06two50diesel
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I have 06 f350 SRW. I put the Rancho 4" lift, I have BFG 35's, clears easily. I think with a leveling kit you'd be fine. I'm new to the "org", so I'm going to try to put some pics up tomorrow and you'll see.
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No way man, Im telling you Nate runs that same tire combo on his 06 with no rubbing at all. His tires stick out a tad not crazy. Hes got like a 2.5" leveling kit on there. BTW man his user name is 06two50diesel
Thanks bud. I'll look him up.

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I have 06 f350 SRW. I put the Rancho 4" lift, I have BFG 35's, clears easily. I think with a leveling kit you'd be fine. I'm new to the "org", so I'm going to try to put some pics up tomorrow and you'll see.
Nice. Do you have any pics of your truck?


I was looking at 20x10 KMC Revolvers, which have -24mm of offset. Does anyone know if these will rub with 35s?

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I do, but with all of the "critics" of stainless accessories, I'm almost ashamed!!!!!!! lol j/k
I'm going to wash her up and post a couple this weekend, like I said, I'm new here and don't have any posted as of yet.....
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If you put on 20x10 wheels with -24 offset they will stick out way past the fender, If you want a wheel that sticks close like stock, look for a positive offset like +18 to +30.
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