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Old 09-10-2012, 05:15 PM
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Leveled W/35's On Stock 20's Pics?

I want to put 35's on my stock 20's. Does anyone have pics of this?


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Old 09-11-2012, 02:07 PM
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bump.... Would like to see this as well!
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Hope this helps. My truck is stock no leveling kit. Just looks tall because i removed those ugly steps that came on the truck. And you can see below I have upgraded to BMF Wheels but 35's do fit good with no rubbing even with the BMF Wheels there is no rub and they are a 0 offset compared to the stock +18 offset.


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Old 09-11-2012, 04:40 PM
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35s

did you reprogram your computer? I put 35s on my truck and it shows 65 when im driving 75,,,and i dont even want to talk about the indicated fuel mileage!!
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Old 09-13-2012, 09:41 PM
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[quote=cdtuttle88;3248508]Hope this helps. My truck is stock no leveling kit. Just looks tall because i removed those ugly steps that came on the truck. And you can see below I have upgraded to BMF Wheels but 35's do fit good with no rubbing even with the BMF Wheels there is no rub and they are a 0 offset compared to the stock +18 offset.



I hate to interrupt this thread.... but that is the best looking truck I have ever seen. You have great taste and that is my idea of a truck done right. Have a nice day sir!!!
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f@#$*&% sick!
exactly what i want to do to mine
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did you cut the front lip ?
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did you reprogram your computer? I put 35s on my truck and it shows 65 when im driving 75,,,and i dont even want to talk about the indicated fuel mileage!!
You're 10 mph off? I'm only about 1-2 on mine.
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Hope this helps. My truck is stock no leveling kit. Just looks tall because i removed those ugly steps that came on the truck. And you can see below I have upgraded to BMF Wheels but 35's do fit good with no rubbing even with the BMF Wheels there is no rub and they are a 0 offset compared to the stock +18 offset.



I hate to interrupt this thread.... but that is the best looking truck I have ever seen. You have great taste and that is my idea of a truck done right. Have a nice day sir!!!
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did you cut the front lip ?
Yes I did. Took a jig saw and drew me a straight line and went to cutting. Turned out good. And its alot better than going to Ford and buying the 2wd one for 140$
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Old 09-14-2012, 04:58 PM
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What kinda mileage decrease are y'all getting? I put 35x12.5x18 toyo oc mud on my truck from stock tires. I was getting 19-20 on my stock tires. Now I'm getting 13-14.5, both highway.


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