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Old 03-03-2014, 07:28 PM
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Pic Request: OEM Wheels with 35's and level/lift

I am contemplating buying new wheels when I buy new tires. My tires will need to be replaced this spring/summer.
I think I might go with OEM 20's or 18's. Not sure which ones.
Ford offered a ton of different wheel options.
I like the 2004/5 King Ranch 18's the best. But they are rare.

Lets see what you got!
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My sig pic has factory 20s with Trail Grappler 295-65s which are 35"dia. Also has 2.5" front / 2.0" rear leveling kit
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Sorry, realized sig pic looks a little small.

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That looks awesome. Id love to see that rig with out the lug nut caps and some big rig lug nuts.
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Leveling kit and 35s...



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04 stock King Ranch 18's 35x12.5x18 2 inch level kit. Leaf spring.


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Just running factory steel 17" but I swing 35x12.50 mud grapplers all day longon a 2.5" leveling kit
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Old 03-18-2014, 06:41 PM
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I am contemplating buying new wheels when I buy new tires. My tires will need to be replaced this spring/summer.
I think I might go with OEM 20's or 18's. Not sure which ones.
Ford offered a ton of different wheel options.
I like the 2004/5 King Ranch 18's the best. But they are rare.

Lets see what you got!
05 KR 18s, 35 x 12.50 R18 Cooper STTs w/ a 2.5" leveling kit



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Old 03-19-2014, 03:48 PM
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Levelled on 35's with stock 20's.





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My 2006 F350 2" level kit. 285/75/18 Toyo AT II.
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