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post #1 of 4 Old 08-24-2011, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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Will this work?

I want to put a 6 in lift on my pickup. I have a 99 F250 SC LB. I was wanting to put 37x13.5 Toyo MTs on 20x10 wheels, now here's the question: will these tires and wheels fit with these wheel specs

Backspace = 4.52 in
Offset= -25 mm

I just wanna also make sure the bolt pattern I need is 8 on 170.
If this will not work, please give me any info needed to complete this modification.

Another question: will I be able to keep my airbags?
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The BS is correct. 8x170 is correct.

Depending on how you lift the rear you can keep your bags..or mod them for lift springs..
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How bout the offset? And can I clear 37x13.5?
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Offset doesn't matter BS does or you will rub the springs. I would run a 8" lift.
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