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post #1 of 15 Old 03-03-2011, 11:21 AM Thread Starter
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315s on stock 16" wheel

I am getting new tires around a 315/75/16 and wondering if they will fit on the stock 16". I have heard no way but also have heard people can get away with it.
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yep! they'll fit, got'em on my truck

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Yeah they fit perfectly..Im not old enough to say I am old school but I like the old school look. More tire, less bling. Last week I put brand new315/75/16 cooper stt's on my stock Lariat wheels. Looks 10x better than when I got the truck with Welds and 325/65/18 Coopers. Also keeps them in the fender wells to prevent chips and a filthy truck.

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can you post pictures of them? How wide is your stock lariat wheel?
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Turbie...same with you can you post some pics...Thanks and What kinda tires are you running
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Had them on mine for a long time till I went with bigger rims and tires. Loved them. will post a pic when I can.

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Here are my 315s on stock rims
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Just bought!, 1997 F350 CCLB 5 speed manual, For now the only mod is the 4" straight pipe
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Thanks for the help, have you ever had experience with the any mud tires?
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Thanks for the help, have you ever had experience with the any mud tires?
I actually had the same size BFG mud tires on my old f250. I loved how they performed on my sloppy farm roads. I did not like the road noise on the highway. The hum was a little louder than I liked. I hear the newer mud terrains are not quite as loud but have not tried them. Basicaly cause my all terrains suit my pourpose.

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Thanks for the help man
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