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Old 02-20-2011, 07:11 AM
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315/75/16 on f350 stock height will they fit?

Looking to put some 315/75/16 on my 97 f350 with stock height. Wondering if you guys have any pictures. And do I need to mod anything to make them fit. Thanks in advance.
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I have a 97 F250 with an add-a-leaf up front and couldn't fit 325/60/18s which are a little over 33 inches tall...the corners just barley rubbed the bumper as i turned otherwise cleared...but the 315s you are looking at would be over 34 inches...i would guess they wouldn't fit without shaving the bumper...
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OK Thanks just seems like I have a lot of room under there with my 285/75/16"s

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I have a 97 F250 with an add-a-leaf up front and couldn't fit 325/60/18s which are a little over 33 inches tall...the corners just barley rubbed the bumper as i turned otherwise cleared...but the 315s you are looking at would be over 34 inches...i would guess they wouldn't fit without shaving the bumper...
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maybe being a little narrower it might fit...but its only 1 cm...so i wouldn't think it would fit...know any buddy's that have them? thats how i found out the 325s didn't fit
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No. I wish. All my friends run 285's also

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maybe being a little narrower it might fit...but its only 1 cm...so i wouldn't think it would fit...know any buddy's that have them? thats how i found out the 325s didn't fit
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I'm looking for a set of 285s I have a second set of rims for this summer i would like to put a cheap set of rubber on but haven't found any yet...
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my h2 tires and wheels fit just fine on my stock 1996 f350. with 282k on the stock worn out springs. I have a warn enforcer bumper up front maybe that helps?
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You can try spacing the bumper out or get a RS kit..add SD springs and kill both your problems..clearance and ride quality
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Here is a pic of 315's with no lift and on 10" rims. All that is under it is a D60 with stock F350 springs - the only problem you may run into is the bumper. some trimming would take care of it though. That is the largest tire I can fit under there but I don't rub at all.
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36x12.5x16.5 wranglers on 10 wide rims. spaced out the bumper about 1" and there was no rubbing at all

http://s582.photobucket.com/albums/s...t=DSC01723.jpg

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