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285/70/17

wondering if 285/70/17 will fit my 07 at stock ride hieght or do i need a leveling kit thanks for your info. oh and were is the cheapest to get some nitto;s,seems to be the tire of choice with everyone


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2007 f-250 crew cab lariat fx4

4" Turbo Back mbrp with a missing kitty cat

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post #2 of 5 Old 09-17-2008, 07:00 PM
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Yep should fit fine, I run 325/60R18s on 18x8.5 Welds under my stock height 07.
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Try the Toyo open country 285/70/17, I got a set a couple months ago to replace the stock tires. They look good and ride well. Good tires!!
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I'm running 315/70/17 under my stock ride and they fit fine.

2005 F250 6.0L Lariat Wedgewood Blue
MBRP 4 inch straight pipe
315/70/17 BFG A/T's
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2.5 leveling kit, 4" rear block
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