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How do you think this combo will look...?

I have a F250 coming, should be here this week. I have a Icon 4.5" lift for it and 305/60/20 (34.3" tall) Toyo A/T's with 20x10" BMF's also. I'm wondering if the size of tire will look good with that amount of lift. I have a 3.5" lift on my 2008 with that wheel and tire combo and think it looks good. Just looking for some opinions, thanks.
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Is your new truck an '11?


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You bet it is!
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Wow, I bet it will look great.. Post some pic, Before and after pic...
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Did you see the thread titled "some pics of lifted 2011s" posted by DCspecial? They have some trucks in there with a similar setup you plan on doing to your 2011. Should give you a good idea what it will look like.

It should look good.

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A lot of people would suggest going slightly larger on the tire size, but it should look good imo.

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I personally believe given the size of lift you are putting on that will be a pretty comparable size tire for it. Remember to each his own. I would say if you were running a 22" wheel I would say go bigger, but with 20s it should look proportional.

Post some pics when you complete it!

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