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Old 04-25-2010, 08:42 AM
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are these tires going to be big for my truck?

well i just bought some 325/70/17's and like how big they are, but they are BIG. truck will only be lifted 2" in the front. are these just going to look wierd? or will it look pretty cool

Was going to put them on stock 17's, but i think they are to narrow for these tires, so just bought a set of 17" XD Revolvers.







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They are big but once you get that leveling kit on they will look good. You might want to get some f350 blocks for the rear to raise it up an inch.
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X2 they will look good with the leveling kit.
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good deal, i'm going to get the 2" leveling kit for the front on then get the tires mounted up, see how it looks. I def. wouldnt mind lifting the rear a bit more with the 350 block, but for now just the front. If anyone has some new 33's and wants to trade I may be interested. Thanks guys
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There is a 08 Super Duty with a 2" lift on the ORU gallery that is running these tires.
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Old 04-26-2010, 06:08 PM
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There is a 08 Super Duty with a 2" lift on the ORU gallery that is running these tires.
where can i find this ORU gallery for the pics? thanks
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Old 04-26-2010, 06:13 PM
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found it, thanks!
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ill swap you my 35 pro comp xtreme at's on weld evo velocity 8s
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Old 04-27-2010, 03:15 AM
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I wasnt sure if a direct link was allowed, but I would have sent you the link if you had not have found it on your own.
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I had these tires on a stock FX4 and they fit fine, looked even better with a 2.5" leveling kit.

Stock wheels though, you move then out with much offset and they may rub the fender wells.

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