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Old 05-24-2011, 07:04 PM
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I appologize in advance if this is already posted. But I can't find anything and need help. I put on a 2" mini spring pack today and I was already running 275/65/20 goodyear wrangler ats tires. I am going with toyo open country m/t but cannot find anywhere that gives the specs of the tires. Trying to decide if I can fit 35/12.5/20 or need to go back with 275/65/20's I am running 06 factory 20's with 2" adapters on an 03 f250 psd fx4.. I also didn't use an adjustable track bar and everything seems to be centered. Just don't know if they will be able to do a proper alignment on it?? Thanks in advance for your time
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Have you tried Toyo's web sight they all the sizes and *****s
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Old 05-25-2011, 01:12 AM
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Yea I tried that a few times and it will not load
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Ok so I guess I've got it figured out.. I did a 2" mini pack and didn't have to do new shocks or adjustable track bar and im clearing 35/12.50/20 toyo open country m/t's but its clooose Haha. ))
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Here is the before and after
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tire sizes-corey-truck-before.jpg   tire sizes-corey-truck.jpg  
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wow looks great. I got a spring pack lvling kit too on my truck with stock tires. Gotta get me some 35's. How are the toyos so far?
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Love them but they've only been on for 100 miles. Curious to see how many miles I get if I can take care of them and keep my foot out of the throttle. Already had a bunch of compliments today tho. They are good looking tires for sure I think they set it off pretty good.
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