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post #1 of 24 Old 02-23-2011, 09:45 AM Thread Starter
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35" or 36" tires on 04 F250 6" lift

So I have an 04 F250 and i just bought a 6" Superlift. I am trying to figure out what tire size to go with? I plan on doing some wheeling but not to hard core. I do however want to be able to have full suspension travel in full steering lock with out rubbing. Any pics or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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I have 35's on 4.5" lift and they look kinda small. I think they will look really small on a 6" lift.
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I have 35s on just a leveling kit....I would do 37s on that big of a lift.....but if u plan on doin some offroading maybe 35s would be a good choice, so u can flex all the way out......
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Do either of you happen to have pictures? Superlift says you can only do a max of 36's and i know they go a little under. Do you think 37's would rub at all?
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do 37's They will fill in the wheel wells bigger and there shouldnt be a problem with the rubbing my brother has 35's on just a leveled 07 with no rubbing and I have 37's on my 6" lift with no rubbing and I have a 02' also if you change rims make sure you keep the same offset and if you do make sure your not pulling the rim in more that could cause rubbing issues too.

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only pic i have....
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i have 35's on an 8 in lift in my sig, it all depends on your wheels.

06' F-250 CC SRW 4x4, 8" fabtech lift, bilstien 5100 shocks, 4" TB MBRP cat free, 2 JL audio 10" W0, 20x12 Weld Cheyenne 8, 35x13.50x20 Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ

BNIB oem ford complete 6.0 head, all valves hardware etc... for sale $900 obo NEW PRICE $600
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^^those 35s dont look bad at all....i thought they would look to small but fits in there pretty nice?
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^^those 35s dont look bad at all....i thought they would look to small but fits in there pretty nice?
Thanks! I agree,

Trust me when i say it is ALL ABOUT THE WHEEL

06' F-250 CC SRW 4x4, 8" fabtech lift, bilstien 5100 shocks, 4" TB MBRP cat free, 2 JL audio 10" W0, 20x12 Weld Cheyenne 8, 35x13.50x20 Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ

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I was worried about my 35s looking to small with a 4inch lift but after seeing ur truck im not to worried, i mean ur double the size i want and look fine so i gotta be ok....
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