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post #1 of 2 Old 05-09-2012, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
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12.5 to 15.5 to big for 10" wheel?

yes I have a 03 f250 with a 10" lift and 41x12.5 with 20x10 rockstars and I can get a good deal on some 40x15.5 mud grapplers, my concern is how much will these rub the leaf springs. I know they will just dont want it to be so much. I know the best solution is to by a 12'' wide rim but im trying to avoid it since these rims are less than 2 years old,just wanting some peoples opinion on this.


10" lift, 20x10 rockstars with 40x15.50x20 Toyo Mts, ARP studs,livewire ts,Looney tune, spd tune
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If I remember correctly a buddy of mine had 38x15.50 mud grapplers and at full lock it scrubbed but not that bad. I'm just gong off of memory but I believe you will be fine.

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