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Old 06-21-2011, 12:59 PM
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is a f350 taller then a f250

ok so i know it is a stupid question but i just bought a 2005 f350 harley edition and it has a 2.5 leveling kit on it with 325x50x22 tires and i have about 9.5in of space from top of tire to fender and about 11.5 in the rear. i am intersted to know if i can run 37x13.5x22 with no rubbing to little rubbing. i cant find a def answer anywhere all the info i find is for f250's and i always thought f350's where taller. oh by the way this is my truck.


i have two brand new tires and am thinking of selling them and then buying the 37's if they will fit. any help would be great.
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Old 06-21-2011, 01:22 PM
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The block in the rear is slightly higher but thats it. But why would you change anything on that truck. It looks great!
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No, 37s will not fit, and if they do you won't be able to turn. The f350 is the same height in the front, 1" taller in the rear.
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dont get me wrong i love the way the truck looks i just want a little bigger tire, but i dont want to lift the truck any higher. its already hard enough for my wife to put the baby in the car seat as it is. just wish the tires where a little taller and a little wider.
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Not to change the subject but, what is closing off the area from the bottom of the doors to down behind the running board? I want to do the same to mine. BTW, sweet ride!
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You need to murder out those badges-lol-thats the only shine I see on the truck. Looks good.
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dont get me wrong i love the way the truck looks i just want a little bigger tire, but i dont want to lift the truck any higher. its already hard enough for my wife to put the baby in the car seat as it is. just wish the tires where a little taller and a little wider.
Drop down to 20" and get a taller tire!
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Old 06-21-2011, 08:32 PM
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You need to murder out those badges-lol-thats the only shine I see on the truck. Looks good.
I am failry old compared to some of the kids out there, and even I know you can't murder out a gloss black anything. So try and refrain from using that term, because it don't fit the scenario.

OP, you want to go taller and wider? I guess I am just out of touch with what is cool nowdays.

You want a roller skate? or a steam roller?

In all seriousness, no they won't fit. The size you have on there already looks a little forced to fit if you ask me.
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It fits the scenario perfectly. They are silver, they would look good with a translucent flat black top coat over them. Thus my use of the aforementioned term.
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It fits the scenario perfectly. They are silver, they would look good with a translucent flat black top coat over them. Thus my use of the aforementioned term.
Sorry, but the term "murdered out" is all flat/satin to include the body color.
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