So I finally got around to snapping a few pictures of my tires. I wish that I could have gotten a few more angles but of course the camera had no juice left in it and then it got dark. The tires are Toyo Open Country M/T in 35x12.50x20 on stock rims. These tires were a pain to find and the dealer that had them only had 4, so needless to say I had to jump on these bad boys.
I searched High and Low for pictures of 35s on stock rims but came up pretty empty when it came for this style except for a few. Once the weather breaks and I can get some more life in the camera, I will get some more pictures.
All in all I am pretty happy with these tires.
Are they loud? No but you can definitely hear them.
Can you still have a conversation with the person next to you? Yes, no need to shout.
Are your MPGs down? Yes, but I have not really had a fair chance to really compare it to stock. We are on winter blend fuel and I have been doing morning remote starts, lots of stop and go traffic and all over town, so my calculations will be off from my normal routine.
Do they work well in wet/snowy conditions? YES... I can plow through puddles and slush with barely feeling it and no feedback from the steering wheel like you are hydroplaning like with the stock tires.
Are you leveled/lifted? NOPE... 100% stock suspension. 2012 F350 CCLB FX4 with plow package.
Does it rub? Yes, only on full lock turning left...
I only put about 1000 miles on them since I had them so I am sure that I will have more comments as time goes on. The guys at Ford said that the bigger tires are not helping my truck go straight with the roads being crowned not having any caster adjustment on the solid axle trucks.
Let me know what you think.