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Old 07-27-2013, 07:44 AM
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Will it fit (KMC XD Misfits 20x9 with 5" backspacing)

Will KMC XD Misfits 20x9 with 5" backspacing work on a stock, non-leveled 2011 f350 with fx4 package. I currently have the stock 20" rims and tires (265/65r20 which are 33.6x10.43)

I was looking at Toyo M/T (315/60r20 which is 34.9x12.4x20)
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So stock is 8" wide 6.25" backspacing.
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Old 07-27-2013, 01:11 PM
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So stock is 8" wide 6.25" backspacing.
So the tire will stick out further past the fender 1.25" roughly?

Seeing as the point of the hub and lug nuts would decrease in area with the aftermarket rims?

Would it work?
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Not sure how much past the fender on your truck. The 1.25" would be how much further the inside rim face will be sticking out then stock. The outside rim face would be sticking out 2.25" further out then stock. ( since the rim is 1" wider then then stock)

I don't know if your truck will clear that... I know on 08+ it's pretty close.
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Not sure how much past the fender on your truck. The 1.25" would be how much further the inside rim face will be sticking out then stock. The outside rim face would be sticking out 2.25" further out then stock. ( since the rim is 1" wider then then stock)

I don't know if your truck will clear that... I know on 08+ it's pretty close.
I wonder if I can find anyone with the same setup :[ the 08-2010 you can?
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Use this tire/wheel calculator: I have already set the left column up for the stock 20" wheels, with the 275/65R20s that come on the lariats: Just input your new wheel/tire combo on right side, and it will tell you all the differences, like how much further it sticks out, diameter, everything: Wheel-Tire size comparer - RIMSnTIRES.com
You will need a level kit to clear properly, I have wheels and tires of the same dimension, had to trim a bit of the fender liner to get "zero rub"
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Use this tire/wheel calculator: I have already set the left column up for the stock 20" wheels, with the 275/65R20s that come on the lariats: Just input your new wheel/tire combo on right side, and it will tell you all the differences, like how much further it sticks out, diameter, everything: Wheel-Tire size comparer - RIMSnTIRES.com
You will need a level kit to clear properly, I have wheels and tires of the same dimension, had to trim a bit of the fender liner to get "zero rub"
You are leveled or stock? If I went to a less wide of a tire would it make a difference? Toyo makes these as well LT275/65R20 (34X11.00R20)
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Old 07-28-2013, 11:03 AM
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I might just level my truck and if anything is needed for warranty work I'll remove leveling kit and throw on stockers?
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