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post #1 of 7 Old 11-05-2011, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
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The dreaded tire question

I have searched and searched and I am no closer to a decision then i was before I started. My question is :

Will 35x12.50 fit on a factory 20" wheel and the truck has no leveling or lift kit?

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From what I have heard and seen, your probably gonna need at least a leveling kit.


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YES, 35x12.5s WILL FIT on stock 20s with no lift or level kit. You will have a very slight rub on the plastic fender liner at full steering lock, though.

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What year do you have?

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Tie the inner fender back with a zip tie and it won't rub. I am running 35's on stock 17" rims with no lift or level kit. 2006 F250 4x4.
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I have a 2007 and by buddy has a 2005.


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ya they'll fit. They may rub some plastic. Personally I think they look better if you throw in a leveling kit anyways. Coil spacers really aren't to expensive. Check on CL, EBAY, here, you can find them cheap.

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