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What size tires 7.5" front 6" rear?????

I have a 2000 f250 7.3 4wd that will be getting 7.5 in the front and lifted 6 in the rear. I was originally planning on going with 22x14 xd diesels with 325/50r22 nitto terra grapplers but have since decided to get 22x12 gear 726 with 1" spacers.

Okay so I guess my question is will 35s look small on this setup? or should i try for a 36 or so? I dont want it to rub at all either.

ANY HELP WOULD BE GREAT THANKS
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Yea they will look very small. 22" ??? I would stay 20" and smaller on wheel sizes. The smaller the wheel the better it's going to ride. Big difference in ride from 18-20" sidewall absorbs the rough road.
I wish I had 16" instead of 18's can't imagine wanting 22" wheels on a 4X4. ?

All that said 7" of lift you can fit 38" tires and 37's would look fine proportionally.


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