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Old 12-17-2012, 04:01 PM
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I'm planning to change out my stock 20s for bfg at's in 305/65/18. I ran that size on my '04 and they were great. Does anyone have pictures of this size on their '11-up?
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I'm planning to change out my stock 20s for bfg at's in 305/65/18. I ran that size on my '04 and they were great. Does anyone have pictures of this size on their '11-up?
Mine are 295/70/R18 on the OEM wheels. Pretty dang close to the same size your looking at. Just go to my "public profile".
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Mine are 295/70/R18 on the OEM wheels. Pretty dang close to the same size your looking at. Just go to my "public profile".
Yes! That's about the look I'm going for. I'm also looking forward to more sidewall and a better ride.
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Yes! That's about the look I'm going for. I'm also looking forward to more sidewall and a better ride.
From the 275/65/R18's that came on it stock, these Nittos are equal in ride quality and actually a little bit quiter.

Stock 20" wheels are a 34.8" tire
Stock 18" wheels are a 32.8" tire
My Nittos are about 34.5"
305/65R/18 are about 33.5"

I know when you go with Carli suspension they have recomended tires and PSI for the best ride quality. You may want to look into tire PSI for a "better ride"
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I had those tires and size on a previous truck. I would like to get them on my 2012 F250...if you get them please post some pics.
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I had those tires and size on a previous truck. I would like to get them on my 2012 F250...if you get them please post some pics.
You talking to the OP or me?
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Sorry, i was replying to FORDOD - i had the BFG's on a truck with the 305 65R 18.
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Sorry, i was replying to FORDOD - i had the BFG's on a truck with the 305 65R 18.
I'm still on the fence. I have a new set of 18x9 wheels waiting for tires. I'm btw the BFG 305/65 and Toyo MT 33x12.5.
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I'm still on the fence. I have a new set of 18x9 wheels waiting for tires. I'm btw the BFG 305/65 and Toyo MT 33x12.5.
Just wondering why you want to go with 33's rather then 35's?
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I love my nitto dune grapplers. Very very quiet tire on the road. I don't really see snow or ever go muddin, so this tire is good for me and has an aggressive tread. I run a 325/60/20








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