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Will a leveling kit and an add a leaf give me room for 35s with no offset?

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Its a 13 f250 ccsb

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I'm running 35 on my 350 stock with no issues at all.. 18 stock wheels.

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Stock wheels? yes most likely.

Aftermarket? Depends on the wheel size and width, as well as offset.

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Stock wheels? yes most likely.

Aftermarket? Depends on the wheel size and width, as well as offset.
I agree. Let us know what wheels you plan to go with and someone will let you know if it'll work.
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Are they real 35s or the stock 34 inch tire?

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I just took a leveling kit off my 2011 f250. Rough Country front spacers with f350 rear blocks. Had XD Hoss +18mm 20 inch wheels and no rubbing. Rubs slightly now so I will have to fix that problem now. Will sale the kit if your interested pm me.
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