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Old 09-11-2007, 03:45 PM
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add a leafs and 35"s???

i have a 99.5 f250 i put the add a leafs on the front,the leveling kit, and the add a leafs on the back, i was thinking of going with 285/75-16s, on stock wheels, but i saw a truck today with 315/75-16, which is close to a 35. does anyone have this setup?? and on stock wheels?? can i see some pics?
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Old 09-11-2007, 04:01 PM
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you could clear 35's with a little rubbing the 285's will clear stock
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Old 09-11-2007, 04:04 PM
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yea, i know the 285's will, but seems like everyone around here has em, just like to see a pic or 2 of the 315's
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I used to run 315's on my 99, 01, and 02 F350 and they rubbed the springs a little on hard turns. Looked great tho. I switched to DRW in 2004 so I'm stuck with skinny tires now.
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Old 09-11-2007, 04:23 PM
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I used to run 315's on my 99, 01, and 02 F350 and they rubbed the springs a little on hard turns. Looked great tho. I switched to DRW in 2004 so I'm stuck with skinny tires now.
no pics? stupid minimum character rule
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i was running 315's but with aftermarket wheels they were 17x8 here is a pic
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stockers are gonna be 16x7 rnt they?
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315 on my truck with 2" easy ride on front and 2" add a leaf and 2" blocks in back on stock rims it rubbs a little on full lock turns. the tires rub on the springs but they have never hit the body. I just took some pics of my truck and figured out how to get them on to the computer but because I am a moron I have no idea how to post the pictures here.
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if this does not work sorry
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yea, no worky, cant minipulate the link to make it work ha
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