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Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Great Falls, VA
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Tires are ok on the stock rims.. they walk a little bit.. if i had to do it over again.. i'd go with 12.5's on the stock rims.. I love this look of these tires.. i think its great.. mileage wasn't really a factor for me. I just took a 400 mile round trip.. all highway miles from fill up to fill up.. got 17.7 mpg running 75-82 mph the entire time. so if i had slowed down to about 70.. i prob could have done a little better.. usually around town with mixed city and hwy driving i'm getting about 14-15 mpg.. and thats staying out of the go pedal.. they don't feel "squishy" and i usually run 50 psi in them at all times.. they seem to be wearing well so far.. i have about 7K on them and they're doing great.. the back tires still have the little nubs on the outer most edge of the tires. i'm due for a rotation soon, so those will be on the front shortly. and they aren't very loud like i thought they would be.. you can hear them a little bit.. they're quiet.. but they are like boggers..
Nitto makes a 37x12.50x20 that will probably be my next set.
2008 Ford F250 6.4L Crew Cab Short Bed King Ranch
3.5" ReadyLift Leveling Kit, 37x13.5x20 Toyo MT's on stock 20's, Dual Steering Stabilizer, Livewire w/ IDP, KEM, Gearhead, S&B, 5" Flo-Pro, Rudy's EGR Delete and Cold Side Pipe, CCV
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