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Old 02-19-2012, 08:19 AM
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Does anyone know....

Will 325/65/18 Tires fit on a 2011 F-250 at the stock height? For what its worth, I have the plow prep and camper package with stiffer springs, but I don't know whether that gives me the height I need for clearance?
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Old 02-20-2012, 06:56 AM
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I don't think the 325/65/18 tires will fit. I put a 2.5 leveling kit on my F250 I have 10 inches of clearance from the top of the tire to the fenders. After I put the leveling kit on my frontend is 1 inch higher than the rearend. I plan on putting 35 inch tires with new rims on my truck. They will fit with no problem.
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Old 02-20-2012, 12:31 PM
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The problem isnt height, it is the tire is a little bit too wide and rubs the control arm at full turn for most people.

I was on the fence for awhile and just decided to go with a 295/70/18. Its a 34.5X11.5 and I have absolutely no rubbing turning from lock to lock.

If you google 295/70/18 and look at the images, there are a few stock ford running them to give you an idea of what they will look like on a stock suspension.
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:39 PM
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Save your money and wait to get 35x12.50/20 tires on 20" aftermarket wheels. It'll look better and you can pick whatever offset you want. Money ahead in the end!

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I had 325/60R20s at stock height. Slight rub full left turn. Other then that it was ok
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Old 02-20-2012, 10:41 PM
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35x12.50R18's fit stock on a truck with the camper prep/snow plow package.
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Does anyone know what size tire will fit an aftermarket 20 x 10 wheel without any problem on a stock-height 2011 F250?
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Heres a link to another guy on here running that size. Dont know if it rubs but it fits.
Pics of my new truck
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Does anyone know what size tire will fit an aftermarket 20 x 10 wheel without any problem on a stock-height 2011 F250?
Im running 20x10 -24 offset fuels at stock height and 33/12.50s and it hits the inner fender liner if i brake at full lock and the suspension flexes at all. Zip ties will fix it though.
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