Well, I HATE asking this since its such a noob question Lol.
My 97 F250 CCSB has an extra leaf on all 4 corners. The previous owner said it lifted it about 2" all the way around...
Right now the truck has 285/75r16's on it, but I was curious if I could stuff any larger size of tires under it? It is still on stock Alcoa's, but I was considering finding different wheels, with a different width and backspacing, and possibly even a different diameter.
I know that the bumper would probably be the first thing to rub, but I guess we'll see.
Anyone have any tips on whether or not you think I could go with any larger tires on it? I was thinking either 295/75r16's, or maybe a 305 or 315 tire. I just wasn't sure.
How much lift from stock would the truck have to have in order to fit 35's without rubbing and without trimming?
Here's the truck since I got my windows tinted
I want to get a set of 4 new MATCHING tires lol, and was going to see if I could bump up a size or 2 first..?