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Old 07-07-2010, 04:59 AM
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F250- Nitto 295/65R20

Just got them on yesterday and so far i like them.
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Old 07-07-2010, 05:03 AM
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That looks awesome bud. Love what you did with it.
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Your truck looks great man. I have a set waiting to go on my truck but I have to get my lift installed first. What suspension mods have you made. I am going 4 1/2" and just trying to get a comparison. Do you have any rubbing issues at all?
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I put Rancho 2.5" Lift Springs on the front instead of spacers. I like the looks better and the ride is better. The back will have a 1" block b/c it sits nose high now. it barely rubs at full lock to the left but not the right.
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I put Rancho 2.5" Lift Springs on the front instead of spacers. I like the looks better and the ride is better. The back will have a 1" block b/c it sits nose high now. it barely rubs at full lock to the left but not the right.
An adjustable track bar should fix that. Good idea going with springs instead of spacers.
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By any chance would those work on an 05 250, with no lift? I have the short bed version of PGreeSVT's truck.
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They wouldn't work on my truck without the lift. I tried. I could put the whell on but there was no room to turn it. You will need to level it at least. And if you have an 05 Harley truck like mine you will have to remove the mud flaps. I had to take mine off even with the 4.5" lift.

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They wouldn't work on my truck without the lift. I tried. I could put the whell on but there was no room to turn it. You will need to level it at least. And if you have an 05 Harley truck like mine you will have to remove the mud flaps. I had to take mine off even with the 4.5" lift.

so the racho 2.5 lift spring wont fit on my 2006
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Good looking tires, and seems like a good price. Hopefully by the time I need tires next spring we'll get some good mileage reviews out of these bad boys.
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They wouldn't work on my truck without the lift. I tried. I could put the whell on but there was no room to turn it. You will need to level it at least. And if you have an 05 Harley truck like mine you will have to remove the mud flaps. I had to take mine off even with the 4.5" lift.

I don't have the mud flaps, so that is one less thing I will have to do. Any good suggestions on a level kit that will not break the bank and can be put on in the driveway? Love your truck, but full lift is out for the time being.
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