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post #1 of 7 Old 04-09-2008, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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ok so heres the deal i need new tires, i saw another truck same as mine, i got a 2005 f250 fx4 stock suspension, he looked like he was the same, he was running 35x12.50r17lt m+s pro comp xtreme terrain, i curnetly have 265/70/17, will a tire this size fit will it rub when turning? i would be happy with even just like 2 inches more i want somethin a lil more agresive then what i have now, but at the same time i dont wana pay an arm an a leg, an also how do i convert those number to what my numbers are, any help will be greatly apreciated im just lookin for an a/t tire help a homie out
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you can run 35' tires with a 2 or 3 inch leveling kit, do a search for one or contact Raul@ stealth automotive for one, he is a good guy to deal with...

im still alive and kickin...find me on FB..."StrokerX1"
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is there a bigger size that i can run with out a leveling kit
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I run 315/70R17's (same as 35x12.50R17) on my stock hight '03 with no rubbing.

2003 F-350 CC LB 6.0L Auto

Edge Juice w/Attitude, 4" MBRP TB w/no Cat, High Idle, 315/70R17 Dunlop Maxx Traction's on Eagle Alloys.

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On my 05, I ran 36's with NO LIFT,..but I did Bushwacker Cut-outs.


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can you get thru a Wendy's drive thru with that flag on there??? hahaha
with my 6" lift and 37's I gave up on fast food in general!

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-IMPORTANT stuff....1yr. old Peyten riding along with me in the back seat and his pregnant mommy in the passenger seat......due May 2010!!!
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hahaha drive through hahah
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