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post #1 of 33 Old 08-27-2008, 08:43 AM Thread Starter
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35 X 12.50 on stock f-250

I was wondering if 35 x 12.50s would fit on my 2005 f-250 4x4 and if anyone would post up some pics id appreciate it thanks.

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I want to know the same thing.

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I had them on my truck with stock 20" wheels. Fit fine, looks GREAT. I had 35x12.50procomp Xtreme At's FYI. fuel mileage sucked. tires were to wide for the skinny factory wheel, so I had to run them at low pressures to get a nice wear pattern. If you go with aftermarket wheels & 35's that might change fitment, but allow you to run them at higher pressures giving better mileage. I have pics if need be... PM me your email address.

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Check my sig these are 325/65/18 = 35x13.00x18 with a leveling kit. No rubbing with full turning radius


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I wish mine didnt rub. I got 35 12.50 on a leveling kit and they rub. I see rims in the future.

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36's or 37's will fit a 05 with no lift,...but you have to willing to do a little trimming
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it will fit if you have the offroad package or a leveling kit

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I've seen a few guys run 35/12.50s on stock wheels under a stock suspension.
Pretty tight though.

For a 35/12.50 or 35/13 on aftermarket wheels I think you definitely need a leveling kit.


I currently run a 325/60R18 (equiv 33/13R18) on 18x8.5" Welds under my stock height 07 and they are about as big as I think I can go to avoid rubbing while turning w/o doing any trimming.
Gives the truck a nice stance since they are 2" wider than the stockers.

Thinking about going to 325/65R18s (equiv 35/13R18) with a leveling kit next time around for a little better ground clearance.
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im running 35x13.50 mickey thomson claws on a stock 2000 f-250 and they dont rub at all.
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Here's my truck with 325/65R18's on a 18X9 wheel with 4.5 backspacing and leveling kit

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