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post #1 of 51 Old 02-24-2011, 07:39 AM Thread Starter
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pics of 08 lifted trucks!

hey guys, i just bought a 2008 f250 crew cab long bed and i am looking to lift it 3 inches and get 35 in bf goodrich all terrains. i was wondering if anybody has any pictures of a 3 inch lift with 35's, i just want to make sure the tires dont look too small and i dont want to go larger than 35's. thanks !

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Just so you know, you can fit 35s without any lift. I had the metric equivalents on a 2.5inch lift and it was approaching looking too small to me...

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My truck just has the leveling kit, with 35'' tires
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I have the 2.5" and 285/65/20 (35x11.5 roughly) I will definitely go with a true 35x12.5 next tire.


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sweet deal. i guess ill just do the leveling kit and go with 35's. thanks for the info

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i have the 2.5 leveling kit in the front and a f350 block in the rear which raises it around 1.5 inches. I have Toyo Open Country M/Ts 35 x 12.50 x 20.








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what are you looking at doing with the bfgoodrich? i have them on my other car and just hate them in the snow.

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they are good priced and have worked great for me in the past. on my last truck i went up to micky thompson mud terrians and since i do alot of city driving, i chewed through those way too fast.

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i would check out nitto terra graplers, they are even a little cheaper, but whatever works for you

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thanks for the idea but i dont like the nitto tires. i think they look funny. haha, just my opinion

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