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Old 01-30-2014, 04:34 PM
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Anyone running 35" tires on 20x10 wheels with 4.5" backspace on stock F350?

Can I run 35" tires on a set of Weld Cheyennes 20x10 without a lift.


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depends on off set. I have35x1250s on 20x10 with 4.5 an -25 off set an they just touch without lift. A level kit will clear if you don't want lift. I went with 4 inch Rancho..
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Anyone running 35" tires on 20x10 wheels with 4.5" backspace on stock F350?

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depends on off set. I have35x1250s on 20x10 with 4.5 an -25 off set an they just touch without lift. A level kit will clear if you don't want lift. I went with 4 inch Rancho..

I have the same offset as well. So does it touch at full lock?


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35s will be very tight at stock height. Im running 33/12.50s on 4.5 -24 20x10s at stock height and they just barely rub the fender liner at full lock. To fit 35s a good bit of the liner would have to be trimmed or zip tied back.
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it rubs suuuuuper bad I put my 20x10 fuels with 4.5 backspacing and -24 offset on for a day before I lifted it and I could barely turn into a parking spot, sorry bud youre going to need at least a leveling kit.
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it rubs suuuuuper bad I put my 20x10 fuels with 4.5 backspacing and -24 offset on for a day before I lifted it and I could barely turn into a parking spot, sorry bud youre going to need at least a leveling kit.

I figured but was in denial. I have these beautiful 20" welds ready to go but need to save up for the lift and tires too. I'm bummed. I've been looking at your 4.5" starter with full leafs but I decided I need to save up for either your backcountry or pintop with full leafs. Maybe tax return will help.


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Im selling my Icon stage 1 lift for pretty cheap then if you want you can upgrade shocks to piggy backs or resi's later down the road the pic of my truck on my sig is with the lift on so that's exactly how yours would look . Trust me bro save your money the full leafs suck if you tow at all.
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