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Old 01-25-2014, 11:32 AM
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Will 35x12.5 fit on stock 20's?

Been thinking of getting different tires, want larger ones. Been to several tire shops but one told me that 35x12.5x20 won't fit I. The stock 8" wheels. Only one shop said this.

Can anyone confirm?

Thanks!!
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Old 01-25-2014, 11:45 AM
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They fit fine. Have them on mine

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Old 01-25-2014, 12:15 PM
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Look around here you'll find a bunch of people running that setup.
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Brett, did you install a leveling kit? I have a 2013 F-350, I'm thinking they will fit without one but just wondering.

Thanks!
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I would think there would be contact issues if you didn't level up the front. At least that's what I've been told. I thought you were more concerned with the 12.5" wide tire mounted on the 8" wide wheel. I have a Toyo 37x13.5x20 mounted on a stock wheel, but I'm only using it as the spare.
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Not sure if you have the 250 0r 350 but my Brother In Law has this exact setup with Nitto Trail Grapplers on his F250 King Ranch and has no rubbing or any issues at all and he uses his truck for work and does a lot of traveling down really rough back roads for oilfield work. If they work on his without any issues they should work on any of them I would think, he is bone stock with exception of the 35x12.50x20 Nitto's...
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Old 01-25-2014, 04:34 PM
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Brett, did you install a leveling kit? I have a 2013 F-350, I'm thinking they will fit without one but just wondering.

Thanks!
I ran them before I lifted my truck zero issues. They looked good too. I have 35/12.5/20 cooper sst tek3. I have since added a 4" PP triple threat lift and it's even better!

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Like said they will fit no problems here either. No lift no rub on mine


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Been thinking of getting different tires, want larger ones. Been to several tire shops but one told me that 35x12.5x20 won't fit I. The stock 8" wheels. Only one shop said this.

Can anyone confirm?

Thanks!!
35s on Stock 20" rims
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