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Buying a 2.5in leveling would 295/70/18
Be to small any body running the 295s
Every body has 35 with the 2.5 but I don't want
The tires to be stuffed under there but don't
Want them to be to small either any body has some
Pics with 295 on a 2.5??
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mine is stock height with 35x12.50/20 Nitto trail grapplers on BMF wheels and I have no rubbing and without looking overly stuffed.

2008 F250 6.4 - a little of this, a dash of that and soon you have made a truck the way Ford should have made it!
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Your truck looks really good. how do you like the traction bars?
I don't want to lift my truck, but I need something to address the axle wrap I get when it shifts. I can really tell when in the 300 horse tune. I have a 2010 ccsb with just a H&S, 5 inch exhaust and a S&B intake.
All of the bars I have seen are for lifted trucks. I want a set that will not bind when towing and will not interfere with my air bags or 5 inch exhaust.
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