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Tire size?

I got a great buy on some 22x10 6089 procomp wheels with 5" backspace. Can I fit 35x12.50's on my 2010 F250 without rubbing as I only have a leveling kit.I was told be one installer that I need a minimum of a 4" lift with these 10" rims, does this sound right?

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I've got 35X12.5R-17's on my '08 with no lift - really minor rub on back of inner fender at full lock. I bent the bottom of the plastic inner fender back about an inch with a propane torch and it's fine. I don't remember what the backspacing was but they're 9" wide. Hope that helps...

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[QUOTE=Mackinaw;1737475]I got a great buy on some 22x10 6089 procomp wheels with 5" backspace. Can I fit 35x12.50's on my 2010 F250 without rubbing as I only have a leveling kit.I was told be one installer that I need a minimum of a 4" lift with these 10" rims, does this sound right?[/QUOTE

Haven't got my rims yet, but I want to do a 20x10 on a 35 inch tire. I was told the same thing about the 4 inch lift.
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