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Old 07-29-2010, 05:32 PM
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295/65/20 Trail Grapplers are on

Not to long ago I posted pics of my 2008 F250 after the Icon 2.5" leveling kit with the 5" rear blocks.

I decided to go with the 295/65/20 trail grappler based on the width of my stock wheel. just wanted to post a pic. So far loving my truck..


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Very good looking truck bud!
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looks great.

whats the measurements of the tires? number wise?
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that looks sooooo BA!!! Could you post more pics?
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looks great.

whats the measurements of the tires? number wise?
Thank you guys, this forum has been a great resource.

The 295/65/20 according to Nitto's site has an inflated diameter of 35.47" a width of 12.13. E rated 80 psi max and can run on a 8-10" wheel.

It is taller than a 35X12.5X20 but about an inch narrower. I can always run a wider wheel if I chose to as well so.

A couple more photos, I only took a couple today and I am not much of a photgrapher.





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looks great man. Damn I need to find these factory rims!!!
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How much height to the wheel well centers did you gain with the tires used to be 43 1/4" and 45" what is it now?
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looks great man. Damn I need to find these factory rims!!!
i could sell you mine once i get the money for the bmfs i want lol
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i could sell you mine once i get the money for the bmfs i want lol
I'd love to buy them but you'll kill me with shipping to Alaska. It's the one major thing I HATE about living here. I can't find these rims anywhere up here and no one will ship without tacking on $500+

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I'd love to buy them but you'll kill me with shipping to Alaska. It's the one major thing I HATE about living here. I can't find these rims anywhere up here and no one will ship without tacking on $500+
i dont know how much it would even cost to ship those rims up there lol do you know?
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