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post #1 of 9 Old 04-07-2011, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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2011 tire size and level kit question.

Got my ingot silver 2011 on the way. Want to put a level kit to be determined and want to know if I can squeeze GY DuraTracs 325/65/18's (35x13) on new wheels to be determined and what off set do I need? Can't wait! Thanks!
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Stock offset or close to it is what I would use. Some run those tires on the stock 8" rim..
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Thanks for the info CT. What would be a good leveling kit? Not going to be doing major off roading. Will a level kit kill the warranty? Also when towing don't want a saggy rear end. (already got one of them along with a little dunlop disease).
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Icon kit today or in a month a Pure Performance kit You have a F250-350?

kill the warranty...no reason it would but Ford will use any excuse to not stand behind their products..so any mod can become a problem if the dealer and Ford gets pissy about it.
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it's and F350 with the fx4 3.55 locking 6.7. First experience with wheels and lift and such. Wanted to do this for 30 years!
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Icon is the best, I had truck toyz install it on my truck about a month ago and it rides alot better than stock. My brothers 09 and my dads 11 also both have the Icon leveling kit and the ride is really good on those too.

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Thanks for the help 07 and CT. I really appreciate it!
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Can I get my wheels and tires first and be OK till I get my level kit? would like them first of course for looks then get the nose up a little. Don't want to ruin anything. I see the stock 20 tires are only about a half inch shorter then the 325/65/18 I want on. I will email with a couple questions on level kits.
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They will clear fine.
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