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post #1 of 3 Old 06-30-2012, 05:37 AM Thread Starter
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33x13.50r20 on 20x14

Heres my 2006 f350 with 33x1350r20 mickey thompsons on 20x14 fuel hostage wheels with a 6 inch lift. The only rubbing i have is on the corner of the plastic air dam on the front bumper. I had trouble finding pictures of this wheel tire combo on a superduty when i was figuring out what i wanted to do so here it is for anyone that wanted to know. Any questions?

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That's a good looking truck, love the stance. What lift did you use?

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Its a trailmaster 6 inch lift up front but the blocks i used in the rear are for a four inch lift i think. They were shorter than the blocks that came with the kit. I wanted to see how it looked bulldogged. Its almost too much so gona prob come up like 2 inches in the back

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