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Dually tire size with 2.5 leveling kit

i recently got a 2005 f-350 dually. put a leveling kit on it, and it is in need of tires. my stock size is 245/75/17 and i am looking for something a little bigger, but i dont want to have to run spacers for the rears...any suggestions are appreciated! thanks!

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From what I've seen if you want bigger, you'll have to run spacers. There are guys running 35's with nothing but rear spacers.

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