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post #1 of 11 Old 06-13-2012, 09:52 AM Thread Starter
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Ford F350 level kit 35 toyo mt on 20 stock rim

I'm putting 35 toyo mt 12.5 on stock 20 inch rim I know these rims are 8 inch wide and my tire shop says no problem. They have plently other people that run these. Anybody have any comments? I had a 33 11.5 tire on it looks wimpy on the truck.
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I'm putting 35 toyo mt 12.5 on stock 20 inch rim I know these rims are 8 inch wide and my tire shop says no problem. They have plently other people that run these. Anybody have any comments? I had a 33 11.5 tire on it looks wimpy on the truck.
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I also have that exact same set up, just with Nitto Trail's.... love them! Rides great but I had to get a dual steering stabilizer as it seemed to drift more with the added rolling mass. I got the Top Gun Custom dual mount with Bilstein shocks.
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Post pics when you get the 35's!
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35 fit perfect toyo mt fabtech shocks


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i'm running 37x13.5's on stock 20's. you wont have any problems with 35x12.5's ... i get a little sway here and there, but i love the look. tires fill up the wheel well... i did a write up a while back last year, i couldn't decide if i wanted 35's or 37's. go back and look through the thread i made... tons of pics of trucks in there with 35's and 37's.

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I went with a BDS 4" on my 11 SDKR/ foxshox, and the Toyo 35's on stock painted KR rims Looks and rides great. Just a little whine on the highway.
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Can you post some more pics, you have the same truck I do and I've been on the fence about 35s

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35 inch tires

Ford f350 is a huge truck i had gotten 33's they looked tiny go with 35's fit great and ive already had truck offroad and they don't rub. Toyo MT are awesone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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