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Old 03-23-2008, 01:50 PM
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4" Lift look silly with stock tires?

So I have a 4" lift and 35 tires, but the mileage is killing me so i was thinking of going back to stock tire size.......

Would it look awful and stupid?? or would it look OK??

Already have the sct, and exhaust, for mileage not much else I can do, so im thinking of dropping the massive tires, that should help right? Thansk!
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go with 285/75's thats what mines running and it looks good.
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either the 285/75's or 305/75's either would look good plus its a ford so it would look good with go kart tires on it!!
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i believe the stock tire size is 265/75 correct
currently im running 325/75

so what would 285/75 be like??
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285/75 will be around 32.5" in diameter.

I run that with no lift... and it fills the wheel wells nicely.

Why don't you lower it back down?
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31's i think or 32's
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Old 03-23-2008, 02:27 PM
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dont have the stock parts any more to lower it back down or i would, any one have some stock 03 f350 parts =P
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if you wanna trade your lift?
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Front is leaf springs, and back is block, So i would need front springs, and back block, maybe gotta think about it, I would love the yelling i would get from the gf for paying to lift, just to lower it back to stock after she said keep stock parts =P
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Front is leaf springs, and back is block, So i would need front springs, and back block, maybe gotta think about it, I would love the yelling i would get from the gf for paying to lift, just to lower it back to stock after she said keep stock parts =P
hahaha well my truck is a 99 f350 pm me if your serious
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