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Old 12-14-2008, 05:36 PM
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will 285/75's fit an 01 f350?

before i drop the coin, will 285/75/16s work without hassle on my 01 f350?

3 leaf front pack, no lift, no level kit

anyone have experience to share?

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Old 12-14-2008, 05:37 PM
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Yep

Dually or SRW? On a SRW they will fit just fine. Not sure on a DRW.
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Old 12-14-2008, 05:42 PM
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sry, srw.

looks like they're larger in diameter by 2" over stock 265s, and that little bit wider too....
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Mine fit fine on my 02, zero rubbing
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They'll fit just fine
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sry, srw.

looks like they're larger in diameter by 2" over stock 265s, and that little bit wider too....
I ran 285's and thought they looked to small.
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If it is a SRW you will be fine. I have 285x75R16 on 2002 F-250. I been running that size tire since I bought the truck new. It will give you a smoother ride then the 265.

You can go to a 305x75R16 with no lift. Once you go to 315's you will need a leveling kit for the front end.
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I ran 285's and thought they looked to small.
just imagine how small my clapped out 265's look. it's bordering silly.

thanks guys!!
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