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Old 07-10-2008, 12:14 PM
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Whats the biggest tire you can put on a stock height 95 F-250 with none or little rub?
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Old 07-10-2008, 12:20 PM
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i want to know the same
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I have 285 75 -16 on a F350 crew cab but I added a leaf to the front spring. Not sure if they would rub on stock truck.
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My 350 has coil springs,I would like to run 285's also.mine is a dually so I think a spacer on the rear is required.
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I know you can fit 285's with ease, you might be able to fit 305's. I think it all depends on how much your front springs sag. I have 265 on my 96 250 right know but I'll probably go with 285's or 305's after I get the add a leafs or I might just swap in a D 60.
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Old 07-10-2008, 05:27 PM
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yeah I have 265's now and they are just to small and very narrow (265/75r16) I will run them till they are shot tho, I was just curious for the future
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Without any trimming or anything the biggest will be a 285/75/16 thats what I used to have and any wider or taller of a tire I would have had to do some trimming. With my 2.5" lift though I fit 315/75/16
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I had a F250 97 ADDED A SPRING IN FRONT PUT A ONE AND HALF INCH SPACER ON THE BUMPER FIT 305 AT NO RUB
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