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Old 01-17-2014, 01:22 PM
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pic of 2.5 leveling kit with 35inch tires

wonting to get leveling kit don't know witch one to get 2.5 or 3.5. Im only wonting to run 35inch tires because I do a lot of interstate driving.What brand is best I was thinking about ready left.
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Here is mine with 3.5" ready lift and 4" rear blocks on 35s



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Old 01-17-2014, 08:18 PM
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Is them 20inch wheels
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2.5" front 5" block in the back

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[ATTACH] 2.5 with 4.5

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Is them 20inch wheels

Yes they are the King Ranch 20s


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2.5" front 5" block in the back


I have a 08 F350 and getting ready to put a readylift 2.5 front 1 rear (5 in rear block) should give me a similar look as this. I'm wondering what tires (size and brand) and rim size including offset or back spacing is on this. I'm looking at keeping the stock 18s and toyo open country at ii LT 285/75r18 or LT 295/70r18.
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I have a 08 F350 and getting ready to put a readylift 2.5 front 1 rear (5 in rear block) should give me a similar look as this. I'm wondering what tires (size and brand) and rim size including offset or back spacing is on this. I'm looking at keeping the stock 18s and toyo open country at ii LT 285/75r18 or LT 295/70r18.
Rims are 20x9 0mm offset and tires are Toyo AT2's 35x12.5x20
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Thanks. This is the ideal look and set up to me.
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I know you're looking for 6.4 pics but heres my 6.0 on a leveling kit and 35s

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