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Old 05-20-2008, 07:31 PM
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18" Rims on a 1995??

Is there any newer 18' rims that would fit on my '95? I am thinking of a BFG A/T 285-70-18. I like the black rims like teflon mohaves or those KMC....I just dont want any rubbing.
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Old 05-20-2008, 07:32 PM
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It's the size of the tire that matters.
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It's the size of the tire that matters.
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you can fit them, just get the right size. Go to discout and ask them, also depends on where its sitting. any lift?
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oh, i have 20" mb's on my older truck. it was a '94 F150 with 4" of lift.


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17's here with 265/70/17's Nitto Terra Grapplers. 2WD and stock height.

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have any rubbing??
mine rubs like a mother, dont remember the size...but its also a 150 with different front suspetion right?
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I've got 18s with 35 inch mud grapplers. All I have is a leveling kit on it. The tires do rub the springs at full lock.
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have any rubbing??
mine rubs like a mother, dont remember the size...but its also a 150 with different front suspetion right?
If your asking me, no it does not rub at all. The truck I posted is a F250 so it is different suspension. I might put 285's when it needs new tires.
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Twenty inch Mojaves on a 1996 20" Nittos 325 60 20"



Small rub at full left lock.
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