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Old 12-10-2013, 06:07 PM
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22x12's???

New to the site here, I am curious if anybody knows if 22x12's with a -44 offset with 325/50/22 trail grapplers will fit on an 06 f-250 4x4 with a 4 inch lift? or would I need to get the 6 inch?
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Old 12-10-2013, 06:25 PM
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Kinda like to know too...well I got an 04 but would give me an idea
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That's about a 36x13 correct? If so, you should be just fine. I've seen 35x12.50 on a leveled truck with the same wheel specs. May have to trim a tiny bit, or just pull the fender liners. I don't have any pics though.
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It should be a 34.8 x 12.8

that -44 might cause it to rub at lock, but you can clear 35 with a 4 inch
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It should be a 34.8 x 12.8

that -44 might cause it to rub at lock, but you can clear 35 with a 4 inch
I have a 35 x 12.50 on a 20x12 with a 4 inch lift (pic in dig) I'm on leaves and have no rubbing except on my front bumper in reverse. Only on random occasions, but I think its more of my bumper shifting not tire size. I've noticed it looks a little off every now and then.
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Looks sharp, whats the offset on those?

I ran bumper spacers on mine to stop that rubbing.
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Its -44. I off-road my truck pretty often and love it. No issues except the rub I mentioned earlier. But like I said, some days I'll look and the bumper looks crooked, some days it looks fine. Same exact parking space at work too.
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