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Tire's on a stock ride height.

Anybody know what the max tire size that will fit on a 2006 F350 4x4 SRW ?
I was told 325/65/18 or the equivelant 35x13.50x18 ???? Thanks

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I don't have your truck, but I can tell you that the biggest that will fit on my truck is what I have w/o rubbing. 285/75/16's A/T's. I've seen 305/75/16 road tires that were supposed to be bigger but measure out to only 31's.

I've heard of 2 people fitting 37/13.50 BFG mud terrains on their 2006 F350 w/ snow plow package but they rub some.

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My buddies dads truck has 305/75/18 BFG's on his 2005 Lariat. I don't know if they rub though.

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Tires ?

Thanks for the input i'll keep ya'll posted

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I have 35x12.50x18 with a 2 1/2 leveling in the front there fine. u can even do it with no front mod.
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do you have pics? and what brand of tire are you running???

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No, no pics. im running toyo M/T on the stock wheel. it looks cool.
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buddy of mine has 2 f250's, one is an 05 gas, the other 06 diesel, he said 35's fit the gas but not the diesel, but 34's (305/70R17) fit the diesel no rub....

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you can fit 35x12.50 on the stock wheel with or without a leveling kit on the 6.0 iv sceen it with my own eyes. I also have one myself.
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Im running 315-70-16 on my stock wheels with no lift or leveling kit. And i really cant drive it, other then going strait. It rubs WAY to badly

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