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post #1 of 30 Old 08-24-2009, 09:57 AM Thread Starter
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i happened to come across some goodyear wrangler mt/rs that are 305/70-16 (33x12x16) and i have a question will they fit on my f250 without having to cut or make room for them thanks.


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Im not positive, but I think you would have to trim ur bumper a little bit.

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Im not positive, but I think you would have to trim ur bumper a little bit.
thats what they made air tool for right ? lol


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lol well i will be puttin them on in the next week so we will see


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Ok keep us posted. Cuase i'd like to know for future references

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My 285's rubbed so bad I couldnt even make the turn to get the truck out of the shop. Had to shim the bumper out about 1", and its still pretty close to touching the tire

Typical cummins owner.

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well i hope they work how did you shim it ?


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If he had to shim 285's then there is no way 33's will work.

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you know you can run a 35 on an OBS with out a lift. by buddy did it. lil bit of trimming but not as much as a guy would think. butt 33 will clear all day long

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