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Old 03-18-2013, 06:31 AM
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Wheel/Tire Question

I want to run a 22x10 wheel. Can I run it with a leveling kit and like 33s? or would I need to do a 4" lift and run them with 35s?

I don't want to have rubbing issues, and I dont want it to look bad. But, at the same time, I dont want to spend lots of $ lifting it.

What do you all think?
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Old 03-18-2013, 06:33 AM
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I run a 20x10 with a 12.5 x 35 tire with just a 2.5" Ready Lift kit and have zero rubbing issues.
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:05 AM
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I run a 20x10 with a 12.5 x 35 tire with just a 2.5" Ready Lift kit and have zero rubbing issues.
What backspacing are your wheels?

I want the BMF Novakanes like I had on my last truck. Just didnt want to lift as big as I tow a trailer more often now.
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:45 AM
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I honestly don't even know. I went to the shop that does alot of our wheels/tires and they ordered them.
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Old 03-18-2013, 08:32 AM
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Ok, I was wrong. The BMF Novakanes are 22x10.5. Is it possible to run these with just a leveling kit? If so, what size tire, 33 or 35? im thinking a 33 if even possible.

Anyone?
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Im running XD Rockstars that are 22x10 with 35x12.50R22 and have 0 rubbing issues and I'm completely stock height '12 F350 CCSB with Snowplow prep.

Tires are Nitto Terra Grapplers. As a side note, I wouldn't recommend the tires unless you drive purely on pavement, they're horrible in anything else.
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Old 03-18-2013, 10:28 AM
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Im running XD Rockstars that are 22x10 with 35x12.50R22 and have 0 rubbing issues and I'm completely stock height '12 F350 CCSB with Snowplow prep.

Tires are Nitto Terra Grapplers. As a side note, I wouldn't recommend the tires unless you drive purely on pavement, they're horrible in anything else.
Hmmm... thats interesting. I would love to just run the wheels with like a leveling kit instead of buying a lift. IHowever, I think your offset is like a +12 on the rockstars, where the BMF's are like a -25. So I need to find like a wheel/tire expert to help on this one! ha

The Terra Grapplers are a good pavement tire. However, I like the MT look personally.

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Old 03-18-2013, 10:48 AM
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I am also running 22x10 XD Hoss with 325-50x22 (35") on stock height with zero problems. I've had a 2.5" leveling kit sitting in the garage for a year and half, I might actually put it on this spring, lol!! Tires are Toyo AT.
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Old 03-18-2013, 11:33 AM
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I am also running 22x10 XD Hoss with 325-50x22 (35") on stock height with zero problems. I've had a 2.5" leveling kit sitting in the garage for a year and half, I might actually put it on this spring, lol!! Tires are Toyo AT.
Whats the backspacing you your alls wheels though?

The ones I want are 22x10.5 with a -25 offset and a 4.75 back spacing.
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I have no clue what mine is, bought them off craigslist. I'd say it's the minimum tho, they only stick out past the fender about 2", maybe slightly less. I looked it up on XDs site once, there were two options, it was the lesser of the two, but I forget what it is.
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