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Basicially, if u run the 175/30's you have wiggle room. If u run 175/stocks and you find that the truck doesn't perform how you like it, or you run out of fuel injector wise, you'll be stuck, if u run the 175/30's you can get tunes to make the truck run more mildly as far as street manners, and if you decide you wanna go fast, all ull have to do is load a different tune, you won't have to change injectors.
Plus if you get the truck tuned for it, you can easily tow with 175/30's and you won't run too high on egt's.
When I bought my tubnes I got 3. One for tow, one for street, and a full fuel race.
05 F350 CC LB FX4 Lariat, ARP studs, new head gaskets, Barder Stage 2.5 turbo, warren diesel 175/30 injectors, Odawg ported manifold, no limit fab up pipes, S&B cold air intake, sinister coolant filter, BPD water pump, IPR EGR delete, MBRP turbo back exhaust no muffler or kitty, edge insight monitor, tunes from Matt @ geadheads, rancho rs9000xl adjustable shocks .
My House Has A Ford Problem!!!! lol