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Old 01-10-2011, 06:04 AM
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Biggest tire on stock wheel

Does anybody know what the biggest size you can put on a stock wheel is? The truck is a 99 extended cab long bed. It's the wheels with the 8 holes all around it.
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i have a 99 extended cab f250 superduty... i have stock wheels on it.. (not original stock) but still stock wheels. I put 315/75/r16 bfg a/t on and they rubbed the springs... didnt hit the corners but did hit springs lost about 1/2 steering each way.

i'm now running brand new falcon 305/70r16 on same wheels and full turning and no rubbing but still make truck look bigger. i'm a huge fan of them. they were the cheapest i could find new, normal 50-60k life, good aggressive pattern.
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I'm curious myself.... I also am thinking about the 2" or 3" wheel adapters to give it a wider stance.

I would think a 295-305 should fit w/o any other mods, but I have not tried as of yet.
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Old 01-11-2011, 01:34 PM
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i wouldnt ever go with a wheel spacers.. they are just asking for death lol..

but you can fit 285 deff and 305 on most trucks. just craigslist if you want new wheels... most times can get um cheap.
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Thanks for the answers guys. I've got 195's on my truck now for snow plowing and they look so
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