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Old 04-09-2012, 03:18 PM
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pics of stock truck w/ 35's

Curious what a stock truck no level kit or anything looks with some 35" mud tires. Post pics if u got them
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both are with 35" toyo m/t's and at stock height...
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Curious what a stock truck no level kit or anything looks with some 35" mud tires. Post pics if u got them
also insterested in seeing this, anyone with an f250 with pics? i know the f350s sit a little higher up
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I've done some looking on the forum and can't seem to find the thread again. I heard
you can put 35" tires on a stock ride height truck, but do you have to get different
wheels? What's the biggest tire that you can fit on the stock wheels (mine are 18")
without any rubbing or a lift kit? Thanks in advance for any responses.

My truck is an 08 F-250 XLT 4X4 Offroad.
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Here ya go:

NEW TIRES--STOCK HEIGHT--35" 12.5 R20 TOYO MT
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Thanks wilson
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I've done some looking on the forum and can't seem to find the thread again. I heard
you can put 35" tires on a stock ride height truck, but do you have to get different
wheels? What's the biggest tire that you can fit on the stock wheels (mine are 18")
without any rubbing or a lift kit? Thanks in advance for any responses.

My truck is an 08 F-250 XLT 4X4 Offroad.
my boss just got some 35/12.5 r17 hankook dynapro MT put on his stock 2006 super duty so i figure that they should fit on 2008's too. although he got some different wheels so i don't know if that helped with them fitting. i really want to get some Toyo 285/75/r18 which equals out to 35/11.5/r18 which would be better for running on stock rims instead of going with a 12.5 wide tire. i haven't seen anyone on this site running that size though
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my boss just got some 35/12.5 r17 hankook dynapro MT put on his stock 2006 super duty so i figure that they should fit on 2008's too. although he got some different wheels so i don't know if that helped with them fitting. i really want to get some Toyo 285/75/r18 which equals out to 35/11.5/r18 which would be better for running on stock rims instead of going with a 12.5 wide tire. i haven't seen anyone on this site running that size though
It just depends on if they are a different offset or not. Thanks for the reply though. I'm still trying to do some research on this subject though. I don't see why that wouldn't work on your truck since they aren't as wide as the 12.5s. I don't know the formula to figure out the sizes yet. I was looking to get some that we're about 10.5-11.0
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Thanks wilson
Welcome. What are u leaning towards? I wouldnt go higher than 2.5" leveling kit. Our trucks heights really are significant enough that it's not all necessary unless your into massive lifts. My last 6.0 had a 6" lift and it looked bada$$ but i found it inconvenient more than anything. Just my 2 cents.


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