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post #1 of 5 Old 07-28-2009, 05:30 PM Thread Starter
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What would it take???

i have an '08 F-250 with 1.5" Rough Country levelin springs and toyo 35s on the factory 20s. it clears and it sits fairly level. i went with those springs because the truck was only an inch lower in the front when i bought it so i bought these to get me by because i didnt wanna buy shocks, track bar brkts, alignment shims, etc...i figured with only 1.5" i would be fine. plus i was plannin on stayin with the factory wheels. well now i wanna do a different wheel setup. wanna run 20x9 BMF wheels with 0mm offset on a 35"
bfg km2 or toyo m/t. im just not sure they will fit with the way my truck is now....can anyone shed some light on what will work???
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Have you seen this thread? Same or similar wheels, but 37's and a leveling kit. Seemed to fit.

37x13.50x20 on BMF 20x9 with Leveling Kit Only
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so you think i would be ok with 35s on those wheels with only 1.5" up front??
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I'm pretty sure you'll be all set... but maybe someone else can chime in here that has this exact setup. If it were me, I wouldn't be worried at all, especially with 35's considering the size of these wheel wells.
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im gonna give it a shot...hopefully it will work
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