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post #1 of 19 Old 05-15-2007, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
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What Size Tires Will Fit My 96 F350 With A 4" Lift?

Does Anybody Know What Size Tires I Can Fit On My 1996 F350 Crew Cab Psd With A 4" Suspension Lift?
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33" or maybee 35"

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I have 33's without the lift right now and they don't rub at all. Is it possible that 37"s will fit?
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with a 4'' maybe, i have a 6'' with 37's and they fit fine. i would say 35's would look better though if you are going with a 4'', JMO.

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35's will fit on a stock f-350 with a leveling kit so with the 4" lift you mite be able to squeeze 37's..

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you will def have some minor rubbing... but nothing some trimming wont fix.... but i think 35's would look better
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Thanks for the quick reponces.
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I run 315's on stock suspension and I don't have any fitment issues. I've seen 4" OBS F350's locally that run 36" tires. I'd say 35 is the MINIMUM that you'd want to run.

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I have a 4" with 315/75R16's. They rub the left leaf springs on a hard left turn(stock wheels) but other than that there are no issues. I'm looking to go with some 36-37's.

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I put 36"X12.5X16.5" tires and rims on my stock truck without any lift and they do not rub at all!! I read that a 4" lift was needed for this but said screw it and gave it a shut in the dark by using guess and check. This time was i my favor!!
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