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POST PICS! 05-07s, w/ or w/o levelling kit, on 33-35" tires. Stock rims.

I've got an 06 F250 CC Sb, has 275/70/R18 Wrangler Silent Armor's that are getting worn down. I'm looking at getting a set of tires, and am leaning towards either the Cooper Disco STT, Toyo OC AT or MT.

Trying to figure out what size i want to get and was hoping you guys could throw up pictures of your trucks. Ive searched myself silly. Factory wheels preferred, 18s, but the other sizes are fine, please post up if you have a levelling kit or not, and what size tire your running.

Not lifting it, high enough climbing in the bed as it is. Thanks!
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POST PICS! 05-07s, w/ or w/o levelling kit, on 33-35" tires. Stock rims.-2011-05-14_14-18-21_848.jpg

toyo open countrys at's 285 70 r 17's dont like them at all when you get into any kind of mud they don't clean themselfs out at all, not impressed. Good thing they came on the truck when I bought it, cause at 1400 to replace I would have been pissed. Alot of people swear by the oc mt's, I've never had them personally, but my brother in law did, I didn't like them as much as my bfg km2 mt's, his where noisier and didn't do as well in the snow. Plus around here the bfg is a little cheaper, I got 35's for less than what my brother in law paid for 33's
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Here is my 05 with stock 18's and 295/65/18 (33x11.5) Goodyear Duratrac's

by far the nicest and most suitable all around tire on the market



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Hmm, those look pretty good. How have they fared for you? Most driving is 70% paved, and 30% gravel and mud. They look good on your truck. 2.5 level on yours? Price is fairly reasonable as well compared to the Toyo's and Cooper's I was looking at.

Here's the truck as it sits right now;



Looking for something a LITTLE bigger, but don't want to lift it, maybe a levelling kit.
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heres mine



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What size and type of tires are you running? You have a levelling kit?

Looks good.
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2.5 level on 06 f350 with 35"x 18" nittos
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What size and type of tires are you running? You have a levelling kit?

Looks good.


according to his sig, he's running 2.5" level and 35" bfg km2's
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2.5 level on 06 f350 with 35"x 18" nittos
What are those tires? 35x12.50?
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Pic in signature. Stock height with 305/55/20 (33x12.50) Nitto Terra Grapplers on factory 20" Harley wheels.







Here is the tire next to the 275/65/20's that came factory on the 20's:


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