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Old 04-01-2013, 04:54 PM
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35s and 20s on stock 08 F250

I currently have 305/65s on R18 and it is time to replace the rims, I am going ahead and putting on a tuner, exhaust, and air intake so I figured I might as well get it all done and I was wondering if I would be able to run 35x12.50 Nitto Trail Grappler MTs and 20x10 Fuel Hostages on the stock setup? I'm dropping about 5k for the performance mods, rims and tires so I do not really want to have to add a lift right now.
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You can fit those tires on stock wheels. I'm not sure about with the wider wheels.

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wider wheels will cause you issues. The offset will cause the tire to hit the fender. Stick with the stock 20" if you are not lifting. I have 35"s on the stock 20" with the stock mudflaps trimmed a little and i have no rubbing.
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Another guy here with stock 20s and 35s with no rubbing
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My 2008 had the stock chrome 8 spoke 20's (which I find to be very attractive wheels) with 35 inch pro comp xtreme A/T's. they never rubbed, even when the wheel was turned and hitting bumps, and they looked damn good too.
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if you do end up getting new wheels i would be interested in purchasing the old wheels.
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Well I do not have the 20s, I have the 18s so that is the reason I was going to 20s and obviously I was looking at aftermarket. I think I may just go ahead and get a 2.5" SST Ready Lift to be safe.
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What's factory 20x8? If so can;t you just get them in 20x8. I run the factory 20's on Nitto trail grapples in the 35x12.5 flavor.
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Old 04-07-2013, 04:43 PM
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Well I have the 18s so for the same price, probably cheaper I could just get some aftermarket rims so thats why I went that route. I ordered it all Friday so I will upload a picture when I get it all done.
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