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Will 305/70/17 tires fit a f250 with stock suspension?

As the title says, looking at 315/70/17s for my summer rims. Will they fit my 2000 f250 with stock suspension?

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Re: Will 305/70/17 tires fit a f250 with stock suspension?

They they will! As long as they arent deep dish rims youll be fine!

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Re: Will 305/70/17 tires fit a f250 with stock suspension?

Oops messed up the title. I meant 315s. Will those fit?

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hmmm will be very close.. They might rub on the leaf springs

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Re: Will 305/70/17 tires fit a f250 with stock suspension?

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hmmm will be very close.. They might rub on the leaf springs
The 305s or the 315s? This thread just got super confusing lol. Stupid me.

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I had to put a 2" leveling kit on to fit my 315's



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Will 305/70/17 tires fit a f250 with stock suspension?

Mine had 315s when I got it is ur truck 4x4 u should be fine


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The 305s or the 315s? This thread just got super confusing lol. Stupid me.
315's will be close

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Re: Will 305/70/17 tires fit a f250 with stock suspension?

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Mine had 315s when I got it is ur truck 4x4 u should be fine


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Yes its 4x4.

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Re: Will 305/70/17 tires fit a f250 with stock suspension?

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315's will be close
Thats what I'm thinking. I know i have newer leafs cause it sits higher then my dads 03, and it used to be a plow/hauler.

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