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Will 33's fit under my truck?

So I have a 95 f-250 with a 2" leveling kit in the front and im looking at buying 20x12 rims and 33x12.50 tires. Will they rub on my bumper or will they clear?


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They may clip the bumper but mostly will fit fine, mine was stock and had 33's when I bought it aside from a warn winch bumper, but the will hit the springs at full lock with those widths

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Depends on back spacing on the rim. my tires are pretty much 33x12.50 with a "4.5 back spacing and they dont rub and i barely trimmed the bumper. This truck is stock height my last truck i added a leaf


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So I have a 95 f-250 with a 2" leveling kit in the front and im looking at buying 20x12 rims and 33x12.50 tires. Will they rub on my bumper or will they clear?


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Good luck. 12" is a Wide rim

I had to trim and space my bumper on my F350 to clear 33 x12.50s on 9.75 rims

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