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Will They Fit?

I have a 2011 F250 FX4 Lariat. I am putting on an ICON 4.5" lift and want to keep the stock 18" Bright Machined Cast-Aluminum rims. I want to put some Toyo Open Country M/T 35x12.5R18's on. Will this work? Will they rub a lot, or a little? Has anyone done this? I'm getting mixed opinions from people I've spoken with. Did this on my 2005 and it looked great and had no problems.



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u will be fine, u could go to a 37 if u wanted too....lots of people run 37s with just a leveling kit...
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I ran the Toyo LT 285/75R18 on my stock rims on my stock 2006 truck. They are 34.8" tall. I never had any rubbing problems with that tall of a tire. So height won't be a problem, I'm pretty sure with the lift you have the 12.5" width won't be a problem either.
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The are a few guys running that tire/wheel combo with no lift.




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Thanks for your replys, I'll give them a shot!
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