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Pure Performance 8 inch question

Wheel and Tire Clearance
I'm looking to run the Pure Performance 8 inch kit with Coilovers on my 2012 f250, it's the same exact kit the owner of h&s has on his grey truck. I should be able to get about 10 inches total lift out of the kit with the coilovers cranked up my only concern is he is running the BMF SOTA 22s which are a 10.5 inch wheel with a -24 offset...Im looking at running a 22x12 with a -40, should I have any problems clearing this with a 40x15.50 toyo on these rims? I know the kit will clear the 40s obviously by looking at his truck I just don't want to order everything and have to hack into my bumper to make it clear turning wise.. Any input will be greatly appreciated to anyone running a similar lift, wheel, and tire set up on these model trucks. I appreciate all the help
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