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Tires and springs for my 350

Going to be getting tires for my rig soon, and I want to go the route of 35s, in that neighborhood so I think I'm going with 315/76/16 Toyo Mt, or the same size nitto trail grappler. My question is can I get this under my stock f350, with clearance. I plan on doing the springs before winter, springs hangers and perches all around with 2.5 added to it by the spring shop so I can throw a plow on comfortably. Also wondering if they make a kit like this that isn't a mini pack, just an entire pack of spring with about 2-2.5" of lift. That also comes with springs and hangers. Thanks.

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Skip the over priced "kits" and just go directly to your local spring shop. They can do whatever the heck you want, usually for cheaper.

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