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post #1 of 11 Old 11-25-2009, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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No lift and 35's on 22's ?

I have decided to wait and save money for the 4 link 8" fabtech kit but for now I have 22" ultras with a 5.75 in backspace on a 10" wide wheel and would like to know if i can put these on my stock 09 f-350 with 35" toyo MT. Anyobody know the answer to this before I buy tires.

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My f-350 has a camper package if that makes a difference
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Should fit, may need a leveling kit, but I think they will fit. If you do it, post up pictures cause I want to see what the 35" toyos look like with 22s.

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matt I will post up pics afterwards if they fit. but I don't want to order tires until I know for sure they will fit. Also don't want to spend money on a leveling that could be going towards purchasing my 8" fabtech. And I here to many bad things about the leveling kits unless you do all the upgrades to them then it's as much as a full lift kit. do you know what the stock backspacing is?
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In my opinion that's a pretty wide wheel and big tire to put on there with no leveling kit. Could fit though...hopefully someone with a similar setup can chime in!


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I have a leveling kit and 20's on my truck with 33's and had to cut the inner wheel well... Not a big deal, a box cutter will do the work.

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Alot has to do with your offset and whatnot. May fit or may not without some hacking. Post up some pictures, Id like to see it!
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Guys run 35s with 20x10s with a 4.5 backspace all the time. Your wheels aren't going to stick out as far. About 1.25 inches less. You'll be fine, except for a little rubbing on the inner wheel well. I'm pretty positive you'll be fine.

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running 20's 4.5 backspace and -25 offset. i have toyo mt 35s. the tires do not rub but they are almost at the end of their life. i think when i get new ones, they're gonna rub.

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everything worked and I think it looks great. What I don't understand is why everyone is wasting money on a leveling kit when you can put 35" toyo m/t with out it. seems like for a leveling kit with all the parts to make it a good reliable kit will cost you $800-$1000 with cams, and pan rod new coils and shocks etc. better off to put on the tires with out the leveling kit and spend the money on a spartan. also with the new tires the truck looks more level already. to see the pics goto ...
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