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Problem!!Icon 2.5 level with BMF 20x10 -19os on a 2010 350

Hey everyone,I have a 2010 350 superduty,I want to add the icon , pro comp or bilstein bts kit.the problem I am scared of is that I am going to rub ,my rims are 20x10 with -19 offset and i belive 4.75 bs(BMF Novakane )I also have 35x13.5/20 to go on the wheels.
do i need to go to a 12.5 wide or do I need a lift kit?
thanks everyone , ive searched this everywhere and cant seem to get an answer I hope someone out there can help
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i have a similar set up just not a 2010, i have an 08 and i have 35x12.50 on 20x10 BMF novakanes with that BS. i rub the lower radius arm at full lock and inner fender well when turning in reverse. other than that im happy. so....IMO i believe a 13.5 will rub more.

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Only place you will rub is as mentioned on the radius arms at full lock.

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I went with a 4.5 lift and a 325/60/20 tire, which is 12.8" wide on the same wheels and I had some mior rubbing on the back side fender liner. I cut off about 1" from the bottom of it and no more rub. If you want to look at a 4.5 inch, let me know and I will measure my distance from the radius arms at full lock to check space for a 13.5" tire.


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aswome,yea im gonna look into a 4.5 from icon or cst if you could let me know it would be a BIG help....any pics of your truck?
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Heres a few:




I will get you a few pics up tomorrow some time.

I like the CST lift, it came with a track bar so no drop bracket. I got a good deal on a combo for the lift and wheels, I will PM you the place.


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sweet,lookes real nice,can u send that message to me again?i delated it somehow....
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Here is the lef Front:



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Might want to settle on 35"s. might need a 6" to get 37"s to fit. Radius arms and fender liner dont seem to be a problem, liner can be trimmed. Bumper may prevent them unless you shim it out forward a little.


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aswome,thanks!
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Why not use the stock offset??
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