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Old 02-02-2011, 08:29 PM
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325 60 18 tires

will 325 60 18 tires fit a factory 2007 F350 FX4?
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i have a 2" level on my f350, and put those tires on my stock wheels with no rubbing! i would think they would fit with no lift but maybe a liitle rub on tight turns.
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Old 02-02-2011, 09:15 PM
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how hard is the level to put on?
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not hard at all. Have an extra hand and a few jacks, you can do it in an after noon.
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325's may "fit" on the factory 18's, but that doesn't make it a good idea. They should be on a 9-1/2" or 10" wide wheel, 9" should be considered the minimum. If you put them on the factory wheels, you will be riding on the center of the tread, even if they are underinflated. If you want to run the factory wheels, consider a 295/65 or 295/70.
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325's may "fit" on the factory 18's, but that doesn't make it a good idea. They should be on a 9-1/2" or 10" wide wheel, 9" should be considered the minimum. If you put them on the factory wheels, you will be riding on the center of the tread, even if they are underinflated. If you want to run the factory wheels, consider a 295/65 or 295/70.
Not to hi-jack, but running a 295/65 will it rub on stock height?
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Most tire shops will fit 1 tire for you if they know your buying an entire set and then you drop the truck and turn lock to lock.

I have a leveling kit on my truck and run 325/50/20s and i get no rubbing. Its close to the fenders when turning lock to lock but its not rubbing.
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Old 02-03-2011, 09:10 AM
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To those that may not know, most F350's sit bout 1.5-2" higher than F250's stock.

I am no nascar mechanic but my levek kit took me less than 45 min from start to finish.
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