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05-07 2.5-4.5" King Ranch on Stock wheels

looking to do a lift for my truck over the summer. Trying to figure out what i want done to the truck and how it will come out.

I will be either running the stock 18's i have or get some 08+ 20's with either 35's or 37's.

I'm having trouble finding any pictures of a truck with these stock wheels, so any pictures will be appreciated.
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Sig pic is 2.5" level with F350 block, stock 18's with 35" NItto AT's.

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anyone?

want to see how the stock 18" king ranch wheels looks w/ 35's before i buy a set of 20's w/ 37s
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Here you go:

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thanks overkill. exactly what i was looking for.

do you have a tire size on the 1st and 2nd trucks you posted?

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The first truck is 35/12.50R18s and the Second is 35/12.50R20s.

Both are Toyo Open Country M/T tires.
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