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Tire Size Help with leveling kit

Hey guys, first off love the website, i am a recent owner of a new 2012 f250 superduty. I have a question for ya'll. I am looking at purchasing the icon stage 1 leveling kit, which is 2.5" i am also going to get BMF Novakane 18x9 wheels, my problem is what tire size do i go with, the tire will be toyo MT, i would like to have at least a 33"-35" tall. My question is what size do i go with. I want no rubbing or very little. so do i go with a 11 in wide or 12.5 wide? How tall? Does anyone have this set up and maybe can give me some insight on what option to go with Thanks for your help
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Jump on up to the GENERAL TOPIC section and read through the threads and posts under suspension and also wheels, tires. I'm sure you'll run across the answer to your question there.....

I'd tell ya but what would be the fun in that.......well, ummmm....actually I don't know..but someone there will I'm sure.

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Hey guys, first off love the website, i am a recent owner of a new 2012 f250 superduty. I have a question for ya'll. I am looking at purchasing the icon stage 1 leveling kit, which is 2.5" i am also going to get BMF Novakane 18x9 wheels, my problem is what tire size do i go with, the tire will be toyo MT, i would like to have at least a 33"-35" tall. My question is what size do i go with. I want no rubbing or very little. so do i go with a 11 in wide or 12.5 wide? How tall? Does anyone have this set up and maybe can give me some insight on what option to go with Thanks for your help
Yeah, search search search. Keep wheel offset/back spacing in mind. 35x12.5 with a +20 to +10 offset is the best IMHO!

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