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Old 02-07-2010, 11:54 AM
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Anyone running Toyo 35/12.5/20 on stock 2010 Ford F350 w/ 20" OEM wheels?

I dont have a lift or any mods, I'm getting mixed stories if I can run these Toyo 35/12.5/20 or not, anyone have them on OEM Ford 20" wheels? Thanks
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you can run them. I have an 08 not 10 but with those exact set of wheels and tires, i put the leveling kit on after the tires. im not on my pc but if you pm me your email addy when i get on my pc i will shoot ya some pics.
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Do you need the leveling kit? The OEM wheels are a 20/8, do you need a 20/8.5 wheel or can I get away w/ the what I have?

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the oe wheels are 20x8.5's and on the 06 that my brother-in-law has we had to put a leveling kit on to keep the front tires from rubbing,(the 08's have a different wheelwell opening) he had the Nitto 12.50x35x20 tires, and then ran the air pressure a little low to make the tires lay flat(to wide for the oe rims)
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HACCYGUY, what tire size and mods on your F250 to run those tires? Do they rub at all?

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The only thing you need to do is pull back the inner fender skirt about 1/2 inch. the inner skirt is just a thin rubber piece. Pulled it back with wire ties. No rubbing at all.
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Slightly off topic: Factory 20s are 8" wide, correct? My 06s are. Do they vary by year?

For those that don't know for sure, the vehicle information sticker on the drivers-side door post will tell you.
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Slightly off topic: Factory 20s are 8" wide, correct? My 06s are. Do they vary by year?

For those that don't know for sure, the vehicle information sticker on the drivers-side door post will tell you.
Good info. My 2010 states 20x8 on the sticker
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Here are the new tires... Toyo MTs 35/12.5/20 love them, they look sweet on the F350.. def. add that more aggressive look I wanted w/out doing a lift. Great deal at Town Fair tire... all 4 tires mounted, balanced and free front end alignment "I opt. out for that since it was new, didn’t need to be aligned" for $1325.00 out the door - Good infor if your shopping around. "FYI… I have 4 new Goodyear Wranglers 275/65/20 avail for anyone that needs them for $600, great deal, must be local to Boston, MA area, no shipping.

No mods at all to 2010 F350 Diesel 4x4, stock 20"x8" OEM wheels, no leveling kit, no lift kit and they even work w/ my mud flaps "No rubbing at all". These tires about 2 inches bigger than the stock Goodyear Wranglers ATs 275/65/20 that came w/ my F350. The meaty treads make them look bigger!
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