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Old 01-28-2014, 06:02 AM
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Alright good morning all, I am looking for some info. I am looking to go up to 35x12.50, either in 17 or 18, will they clear a 12' F250 without a lift/leveling kit. If so pics of setups would be appreciated! Thank you
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Old 01-28-2014, 07:04 AM
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I have been told that I need a leveling kit or a 4 inch lift kit depending on offset! Of course both places install and sell these kits so I think they might just be trying to sell me on something I may not need! Thoughts?
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stick with 18inches and up I don't think 17s will clear your calipers especially once you get some stick on wheel weights on there. You can fit 35s on your rig as long as you have 5 inches+ of backspacing if you run a 4.5 or less so it sticks out a little you will need at least a leveling kit. Unless you have a 2wd then I don't know you may need 4 inches+ to fit 35s im not to familiar with 2wd clearances
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Thanks, what size lift are you running on yours? I think it looks good with the 35's your running. Good looking truck man I've seen it posted before
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Im running a 4 inch Icon stage 1 kit , im actually selling it if ya want it haha $1500 shipped if your in the lower 48
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stick with 18inches and up I don't think 17s will clear your calipers especially once you get some stick on wheel weights on there. You can fit 35s on your rig as long as you have 5 inches+ of backspacing if you run a 4.5 or less so it sticks out a little you will need at least a leveling kit. Unless you have a 2wd then I don't know you may need 4 inches+ to fit 35s im not to familiar with 2wd clearances
I've got 17 inch rims on my 2012 f350..they fit no problem


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