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Old 05-12-2012, 07:53 PM
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305's or 315's Leveling Kit

Got an 03 with Leveling kit looking into new rubbers. Not quite decided if i want to get 305s or 315s (if theyll even fit.) Just looking for pics or solid opinions on what size you guys are runnin on with a Leveling kit.
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Youve left out some info. Thats just width of a tire.....aspect ratio plus your rim diameter will tell you how tall.
305/25.4 is your width
multiply that by the next number so if it was 70, then multiply by .70 (dont forget the decimal in front. That number will give you sidewall height.
multiply that by 2 and then add rim diameter....
A truck i was looking at had 325.60.20s on it leveled. thats a 35. 13. 20
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Old 05-13-2012, 05:52 AM
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found a nice set of LT305/70R16 for cheap. is that enough tire on a leveled truck? should be?
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There was a guy on here that had 305/45/22's on a '99-'02 F250 with the rear lowered to match the 2WD front. It looked great.
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Since nobody's really answering your question..here's a couple pics of mine, 03 leveled 315 75 16's toyo m/ts





my leveling kit, custom diesel 2.7"


same tire before leveling kit
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Also no trimming, slight rub full lock on leaf, but only when articulating
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Since nobody's really answering your question..here's a couple pics of mine, 03 leveled 315 75 16's toyo m/ts





my leveling kit, custom diesel 2.7"


same tire before leveling kit
I've been looking at the custom diesel's 2.7" for my 04 how hard was it to install? how are they to deal with? do you ever ger rubbing with the 35's? its either that or built my own but noone seems to have any info on building their own
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I've been looking at the custom diesel's 2.7" for my 04 how hard was it to install? how are they to deal with? do you ever ger rubbing with the 35's? its either that or built my own but noone seems to have any info on building their own

Not bad to install took about 2hrs by myself with mainly hand tools, my compressor sucks so I got fed up with waiting on it. Extra hands would have been nice.

Custom diesel was awesome to deal with, usps did a number on the box loosing 1 washer, c.d offered to overnight me one I also have their egr delete kit.

Drivers side leaf rub full lock left, so rear of leaf, but only every so often like bumps and what not.
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I'm running Duratrac 315-75-16E on 16"x10" rims (unknown offset) my rig is leveled and I get rubbing on the plastic fender only. No leaf springs or metal/body contact. Love the way it looks.
any pics? we'd love to see them
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any pics? we'd love to see them
Nope, sorry.
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