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Old 03-20-2010, 09:20 AM
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pics of stock 20's with toyo open countrys

does anyone have a pic of there truck with the stock 20's with toyo open countrys on them? do you like them? what size is good to upgrade to i have stock tires on there now. thanks guys, Cory
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there is alot of folks running them. It seems that the 295 tires are a bit more popular then the 35s due to the 295s being a bit narrower and they fit the stock wheel a little better.

Do a search for pics and you should see some threads with pics
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Old 03-20-2010, 09:32 AM
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ok sweet thanks man!
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Old 03-20-2010, 01:08 PM
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Toyo MT 35x1250x20



is your truck lifted at all? or is it bone stock? Looks Awesome btw
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2.5" readylift
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can you fit 35X12.50 on 20's without a leveling kit. I have the camper prep package so my truck sits level now. Could I run the 35's? or do i need something smaller?
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I think you should be able to run 35's without the leveling kit. But IMO it'd look too stuffed. I almost wish I got the 4.5" lift...
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You can fit the 35's on stock 20's on a stock height F250.

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Toyo's on stock rims in my sig. I love these tires. I am very impressed with them, on road and off. They have pulled this big *** truck through some tuff situations down here in the Mississippi Delta.
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