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post #1 of 11 Old 11-06-2012, 08:36 PM Thread Starter
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Bare minimum to run 295/65r20 trail grapplers??? Help

Ok guys I really want to run the 295/65 trail grapplers on the truck in my sig but I don't want to lift it really not spend a lot on a levelin kit is there anyway around this? Or should I just pick a different tire to with? I was wondering about one of the cheap leveling kits on eBay if I was just going to do like a 1 or 1.5 inch kit?? If I can get away with leaving it stock ride height I will.. Any input appreciated

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what offset rims? with stock rims you could prolly get away with it but you will definitely have rubbing on the inner fender when turning. you could get them, and see how bad the rubbing is and then decide if you need a leveling kit. If your looking for a cheap leveling kit that comes with everything to re center your axle check out newtonlifts just google newton lifts and his store will come up. he sells leveling kits, 1", 1.5", 2", and 2.5" i believe. i installed 1.5" on my truck but i have negative offset wheels which make them rub more if you dont level the truck. If you do the 1.5" you wont rub. U may have to pull the little plastic fender back with a zip tie, thats what i did if it still rubs

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F250 OR F350? the 250 will rub for sure at stock ,, the 350 would be minimal... i ran 35" on stock height on stock 20's with no rub...on stock 18s probably no issue with the f250


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i have a 295-65-20 trail grappler, dont rub stock wheel

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Harly are you running stock ride height too?

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yes all stock

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Do you think you could post some pics of it or email me one or something?? And it never rubs even turning off road?

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i can, look later sunday

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i can`t take a picture, my camera is death sorry

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No problem man. I can't decide what I'm going to do I may buy something less aggressive

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