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Hello everyone, I have a question that I am sure most of you can answer, but as I am new to this game I don't have much knowledge where this is concerned. My question is this: I just bought a 2012 F350 SRW, and it came with some aftermarket Wheels/tires. The tires are 305/45/r22's, and the wheels look like the Gear "double pump", but only have one slat in each spoke other than two. I can't find the name of the wheel anywhere, but I guess it really doesn't matter. So, my question is that the tires that are on these rims look more like a street style, and I want to make my truck look more offroad, with larger tires that fill up the wheel well, and lift up the truck a bit. I don't want to put a lift or leveling kit on just yet, so I wanted to know what size tires I could put on with these rims to give me the best "big truck" look with the suspension still being stock. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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I'm going to move this thread to the 6.7 section, I think it will get more attention and you will get the answers you are looking for.


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You may be able to squeeze in a 35" tired depending on wheel offset.
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Hello everyone, I have a question that I am sure most of you can answer, but as I am new to this game I don't have much knowledge where this is concerned. My question is this: I just bought a 2012 F350 SRW, and it came with some aftermarket Wheels/tires. The tires are 305/45/r22's, and the wheels look like the Gear "double pump", but only have one slat in each spoke other than two. I can't find the name of the wheel anywhere, but I guess it really doesn't matter. So, my question is that the tires that are on these rims look more like a street style, and I want to make my truck look more offroad, with larger tires that fill up the wheel well, and lift up the truck a bit. I don't want to put a lift or leveling kit on just yet, so I wanted to know what size tires I could put on with these rims to give me the best "big truck" look with the suspension still being stock. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!


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