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post #1 of 8 Old 10-31-2011, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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33's or 35's?

I want to get either 33's or 35's on my truck but I am not sure what will fit! I have an 05 f250 4x4 crew cab lariat, stock height. Do i need a leveling kit for either of theses sizes I want to go about 12.5 wide on 20's. Can anybody help me????
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33's stock will work
35's leveling kit in the front.

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will that still be true if I ran 13 or 13.5 wide?
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Are you talking tires? If so, it should, but just be ready to do some minor fender and bumper adjustments either way you go. Everything fits a little different it seems.

'03 F350 CCSB 27k
6spd,SCT Livewire
285/75/16 +2"front
RCD EGR Delete,AEM Intake
Sold:
'06 F350 CCSB 87K
6spd 4x4manual hubs
6"Fabtech w/35"s
'01 Stroke CCSB 112k 6spd
5" lift, 35" tires 4" straight
NAPA 6637 Intake, Wicked Wheel
TS T6 Pyro/Boost Gauges
AIH/EBPV Delete
2005 6.0, 2001 7.3, 2-'99, '97,'96,'95,'92IDI, 3-Cummins
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yeah I am talking tires. I want to get new wheels and tires but I am just so confused as to what will fit stock vs what backspacing, how wide, leveling kits. not to mention tire brand and style. The possibilities are endless!!
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If you stick to something closer to the 12.50 tire you will have less issues rubbing. My friend's 05 ran a leveling kit and 35x1250x20 no rubbing, no problems.

'03 F350 CCSB 27k
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285/75/16 +2"front
RCD EGR Delete,AEM Intake
Sold:
'06 F350 CCSB 87K
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6"Fabtech w/35"s
'01 Stroke CCSB 112k 6spd
5" lift, 35" tires 4" straight
NAPA 6637 Intake, Wicked Wheel
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hmmm..... that actually sounds pretty good. I get the feeling that i wont like the look of 33's, Still seems like a lot of fenderwell would be showing. i will see if i can find any pics to help me decide. thank you for your help!!
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I have a 2006 F250 4x4. I run 35-12.50 on stock 17" wheels. I tied the fender back with a zip tie. No rubbing at all. Aftermarket wheels typically have a different backspacing that will require a lift.
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