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Old 03-09-2010, 03:24 PM
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will 305-75-16 fit

i know this topic seems to get beat to death what can i fit with what but i havent seen many obs guys mention what size will fit. so i have stock suspention on my 1997 f350 and was wondering if these would fit witout any lift or leveling kit eventually it will get leveled but it needs tires bad . what ya guys think

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Old 03-09-2010, 03:26 PM
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Yes, you may want-need to space the bumper with a few washers.

Best bet is a RS kit with SD springs..won't belive how good it will ride!
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they should fit, I think you want 305/70/16, I had a 1997 f-350 with a leveling kit and fit 315/70/16 (35in) no problem
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Old 03-11-2010, 08:55 AM
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good stuff and yea 305 70 16 your right might have to look into that sd spring kit
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Let me know if you need info..I developed the SD RS kit mod.
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I had a set of used 315/75/16 on the truck I just bought and recently replaced them with the Nitto Grappler 315/75/16 and they work great only rub at a full turn, I will eventually put on a leveling kit.
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you guys think 285s will rub at all thinkin bout a set of those dick cepecks and 305s aint cheap lol but i was lookin at em today on my buddies 01 and they look like they will be tight you think they will rub im eventualy gettin a leveling kit but not for a month or two
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They will fit..worse case space the bumper out with a couple of washers..
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ok thanks orderin em up tonite
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they will rub your leaf springs at full turn if you have stock wheels 285s have no issues
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