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Depending on how wide your tires are a 35 may be too big. i run a 35x12.5 and on stock 2000 lariat wheels they rubbed the leaves at full turn.
If you go to les schwab they will put as many tires on the rim as you want to test how they fit. Find one you like then order it.
If you do a lot of highway driving and like good gas mileage, you would be fine with a 35x10.5. the 2" wider tire netted me about 1 MPG loss.
2000 F-250 XCLB 4x4 6 Speed, PIS 175/80's, ARP's, 910's, CNC Fuel Lines, 6637 Intake, GTP38R WW2, 4" turbo back, Hydra with Powerstruck and PHP tunes. International Up-pipes, ISSPRO Boost, EGT, HPOP and Fuel Pressure gauges. SB Clutch. MB Diesel HPOP.
Future Parts: Trac bars