22x9.5 Fuel Hostages, 37x13.50 Toyo MT's, with just a leveling kit? Yes Sir..... - Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum
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post #1 of 22 Old 04-17-2012, 07:36 AM Thread Starter
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22x9.5 Fuel Hostages, 37x13.50 Toyo MT's, with just a leveling kit? Yes Sir.....

Just got this on a few weeks ago. I was waiting on a chance to have the truck clean.

I know some people won't like it, but I like the stuffed look.

They only rub on the inner radius arm at full lock.


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Nice! How bout some close up shots? Hows the rub on the bumper bracket?

2011 F250 6.7 4x4 CC Lariat

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22" Fuel Hostage
37" Toyo MT
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Nice! How bout some close up shots? Hows the rub on the bumper bracket?
Not bad at all. Seems like I only hear it from time to time when backing up. (IE: Backing out of a parking spot.)

I had the 35's originally and replaced them with the 37's.

So, if anyone wants a set of 35x12.50x22's with about 450 miles on them, I would make them a deal.
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Looks great!
Whats the back spacing and specs on your wheels?
How far past the fender do they stick out?
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That looks very nice. what kind of leveling/lift kit are you running?

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Nissankidd, For the leveling kit, I went with the Newton kit with a 5 " block in the rear. I may end up going with an icon kist down the road, but this seems to work for now. I had the same kit on my 09 and never had any issues.

Lrn5000, The wheels are 22x9.5 with the +19 or +20mm offset. (The biggest + offset you could get) I wanted to keep the tires as tucked as possible. I will try to take a pic when it quits raining.
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those look sweet under there, only the newer trucks can accomplish that stuffed look, my leafs keep it from turning good lol

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Close up and offset pics?

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I717 using AutoGuide.com App

2011 F250 6.7 4x4 CC Lariat

6" 4-link BDS
22" Fuel Hostage
37" Toyo MT
H&S BLACK MAXX,
5" MBRP straight pipe
AMP Steps
Truck pics ---->http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/6-7...o-37-m-ts.html
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Any updates on the pics?
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Truck looks sweet man!!
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