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post #1 of 6 Old 09-09-2013, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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can anyone guess what tire size this is? i cant zoom in from my comp and cant read it. thanks, also would a 4-6'' lift clear this size tire?

2006 ford F250 super duty diesel
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can anyone guess what tire size this is? i cant zoom in from my comp and cant read it. thanks, also would a 4-6'' lift clear this size tire?

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Look to me like 37" Nitto Trail Grapplers...

You dont say what year truck you have so.....On a 2005 and later truck (coil spring front end) those would clear fine with a 3" front leveling kit and a F350 block in the rear, assuming a rim backspacing similar to the OEM wheels.

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sorry, 07 f250 4x4
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also, i know this may not be the right section for this question but does anyone know an (( avarage )) of mpg's loss on installing 22's with 37's on a f250 and a 4'' lift?? lets say the PSD is getting 20 mpg with the factory 20'' wheels and tires and stock height, how much mpg's can you possibly loose, i know this maybe a loaded question but i would like a rough estimate..

thanks in advanced for any info.
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Looks like 37x13.50R22LT

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Looks like 37x13.50R22LT
thats what i read on the side of the tire? usnless we are supposed to read it somewhere else nowadays?
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