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post #1 of 2 Old 04-28-2012, 10:35 AM Thread Starter
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35's on a '08 F350

I will be throwing on a readylift leveling kit (2.5F/1R) shortly on my '08 F350 and would like to add some 325/65/18's (35") on to keep my stock wheels (I like them and also don't want to buy new). I am a big fan of the BFG All-Terrain T/A KO's from a looks standpoint, and more importantly have read a lot of good things about them. The fellow at my local shop advised me against them as he has had reports of them wearing quickly as of late. I don't know if he is just trying to upsell me (because I haven't read many negative reviews) or if he's telling the truth. He recommended choosing Goodyear DuraTracs instead or some rougher Dick Cepeks. I do mostly highway driving so I am looking for an all terrain that isn't too noisy and can handle snow.

I was also warned that with keeping my stock wheels on 35's I will have some slight rubbing on the radius arm but that it is not noticeable.

Any comments much appreciated!
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Duratracs are great tires. Pretty quiet and awesome in the winter on snow.
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