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Old 09-30-2009, 08:19 AM
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08 Dually wheels and tire??

I am in need of new tires for my dually. I would like to go higher that the 245/75/17's

Who makes aftermarket wheels for the duallys, and what is the biggest tire I can put under the truck without needing a lift lit?

Also who makes the best lift kits for the duallys?

Thanks!!!!

Mike
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Old 09-30-2009, 08:27 AM
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22.5 would look sick but im not sure about teh lift but im pretty sure theres more than this one but american force wheels are pretty cool

American Force, Big Dually Wheels and Rims -- Custom Dually Wheels For Big Trucks
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you can go 35" with just a leveling kit!
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you can go 35" with just a leveling kit!
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Old 10-02-2009, 11:51 AM
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I have 35's on a levling kit on my 350. pics are in garage.
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I would try to get ahold of some of the 19.5" F-450 wheels. Those things are BEAUTIFUL!! Then put a leveling kit on the truck and throw some larger rubber on it. If not then go with 20" or 22" wheels. I have heard it is hard to get any good all around tire for the 22.5" wheels.
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I would try to get ahold of some of the 19.5" F-450 wheels. Those things are BEAUTIFUL!! Then put a leveling kit on the truck and throw some larger rubber on it. If not then go with 20" or 22" wheels. I have heard it is hard to get any good all around tire for the 22.5" wheels.
Yeah the 22.5 are almost all highway tires. I agree about the f450 wheels they look really clean.
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i'm not positive but i think you'd need wheel spacers for the back if ya go with 35s...
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i'm not positive but i think you'd need wheel spacers for the back if ya go with 35s...
You are correct. You can pick up a set on ebay for like 100 bucks I went with the 1'' spacers for my old drw truck.
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I would try to get ahold of some of the 19.5" F-450 wheels. Those things are BEAUTIFUL!! Then put a leveling kit on the truck and throw some larger rubber on it. If not then go with 20" or 22" wheels. I have heard it is hard to get any good all around tire for the 22.5" wheels.
i do believe that the 450s 19.5" rims are 10 stud and the 350 rims are 8.
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