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Old 06-19-2012, 04:22 PM
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Lift Kit YES or NO?

Need info. and advise.
I was wondering if I can avoid installing a lift kit and wheels are still able to maneuver without any rubbing? Hope this make sense.
I want to purchase a set of wheels 24x9.5 8x170 and tires of Nitto 420 305/35/24 V-420
Truck: 2011 F250 SD Crewcab 4x4 Lariat.
Any help will be very appreciative.

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They won't rub but them rims won't last long under a 8k lb truck.. Hell even 20" rims break sometimes


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They won't rub but them rims won't last long under a 8k lb truck.. Hell even 20" rims break sometimes


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Any Recommendations? I really want to have the wheel and tire package installed.
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What rims were you looking at? Some are better than others. And no the tires shouldn't rub. If you have the money go with forged wheels.
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