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Old 07-03-2011, 01:42 PM
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20's or 22's stock suspension?? help!! pics and size!!

just bought my 2011 f250 ext. cab short bed the other day...it has the 18's...im ready to replace them but i dont know what with...i dont wanna level the truck just want to get a nice set of 20s or 22s and a all terrain tire...but i want the perfect fit (offset) and look...any help and pics would be awesome...thanks a bunch
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Old 07-19-2011, 02:58 PM
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Post a pic of your truck, lets see what were working with.
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Just about any KMC XD series 20" wheel with wrangler duratracs or nitto terra grappler.

I've had 3 sets of XD series over the past 4 years and my buddy has had the same set of XD diesels for 4 years. Never had to touch any of them with a polisher or hand. Just pressure wash clean
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pic in my sig with 20x9 xd hoss machined -12 offset with 33" trail grapplers on stock suspension
love them so far

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pic in my sig with 20x9 xd hoss machined -12 offset with 33" trail grapplers on stock suspension
love them so far

Good looking truck! What part of Cincy are you in?
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Old 07-20-2011, 12:22 PM
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the good side of the colerain area, whats left i should say. haha right where 275 and 74 meet. you got a great looking 6.4 there yourself, how ya liking the sct tuner, we are still debating tuning our 2010.
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Here ya go it's not a 6.7 but should be close... 20s with 33x12.5x20



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Old 07-20-2011, 04:09 PM
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Search my username. You'll find some pics with 20x9 XD's with a +18 offset. Lines up with outer edge of stock fenders (1" farther than stock). I put a set of 295/65/20's on and had no rubbing at stock ride height. In fact, it almost looked better than after I put the levelling kit on. I would recommend mud flaps to protect the lower part of the body.
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