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post #1 of 9 Old 11-10-2007, 05:09 PM Thread Starter
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big tires on stock truck

how big of tires can i run on stock 16x7 wheels and suspension

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33 is the biggest i believe for stock suspension. 35's with a front leveling kit
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the biggest that works the best is a 285-75R16(32.7-11.00R16)but if you want something taller and they fit is a 295-75R16(33.3-11.50R16)and you can run 35's with a leveling kit but they are almost to wide for the stock wheels..

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I have a '03 with 6.0. Stock suspension. I'm on my second set of LT305-70R16E's. They are 33x12.5x16. No rub. Comes close - but even a hard steer corner - no rub on leaf fronts! I run Nitto AT's.

305 will fit front with leafs. 315 will fit front with coils. Everything will fit in rear.
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yeah but i think the wheel was different from the 7.3 to the 6.0, Infact im pretty sure it was..

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35s with minor scrubbing

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that's with a leveling kit though
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no when i first bought my truck befroe the leveling kit i had bfg mud terrains with no leveling kit and the tires didnt rub to bad they fit with no trimming on stock rims i just put the leveling kit on so they wouldnt rub at all and plus it looks better

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I have seen 295-75 16’s on a stock 01 and they looked good, I wouldn’t recommend the 315’s I have, they do not ride as steady and the rub the leafs real bad in a sharp turn. I will probably go with 305’s next time. Main thing is make sure the weight rating is heavy enough for the big diesel.

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