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Old 10-15-2013, 10:34 AM
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The guys at 4wheel parts said that I could run 35x12.50 20's with only minor rubbing on one of the lower arms. My truck is a 2012 f250 4x4 with no lift and stock 20' s. I am looking at the Toyo mud terrains. What are thoughts on this?
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The guys told you the truth. 100's of members on here are running 35x12.5 on stock rims with minor to no rubbing at full lock on 08+ trucks.
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I've got 37x12.50x20 Dick Cepek Fun Country's and only have minor rubbing when turning left and bigger bumps. This is probably do to the trac arm moving a off center with the 1.5" leveling lift on the front. Another member has same tires with 2" spacer lift and iirc has the same minor issues with rubbing.
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I've got 37x12.50x20 Dick Cepek Fun Country's and only have minor rubbing when turning left and bigger bumps. This is probably do to the trac arm moving a off center with the 1.5" leveling lift on the front. Another member has same tires with 2" spacer lift and iirc has the same minor issues with rubbing.
can you tell a difference in how far one wheel sticks out further past the fender then the other wheel? (when looking down the front of the truck)

a guy at work Put a 2.5 inch leveling puck on his truck and is axel is so uncentered under the truck it looks ridiculous.
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Old 10-16-2013, 01:30 AM
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4wheel parts quoted me a little over 2,000 for the 4 tires. Is there a cheaper place to get them. That seemed a little pricey.
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4wheel parts quoted me a little over 2,000 for the 4 tires. Is there a cheaper place to get them. That seemed a little pricey.
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Discount tire sells Nitto tires. 35x12.5r20 MT's are $374 each....
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Old 10-16-2013, 04:26 AM
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Rimz One usually has good prices.
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OnlineTires.com has them for $348.52/ea

OPEN COUNTRY M/T - OnlineTires.com
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Old 10-16-2013, 04:06 PM
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OnlineTires.com has them for $348.52/ea

OPEN COUNTRY M/T - OnlineTires.com
I looked them up and the pricing is great, however they want almost $400 for shipping then I need to go get them mounted and balanced. Not to Hijack the OP but a local shop quoted me $367/ea mounted, balanced, disposal for Cooper Discovery SST 35x12.50x20. Any opinions on those tires? Could help the OP out too.
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I'm not sold on the toyo mt tires. If there are other ideas on good all terrain or mud tires I'm all ears. I just heard that the toyo mt were nice and also quiet for a mud tire.


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