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post #1 of 8 Old 10-12-2012, 12:08 PM Thread Starter
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max tire size on stock truck

hey guys, my current tires are getting low on tread and i have a feeling i will need to replace them before i can afford to lift it since i will not have a job starting at the end of the month (enrolled in police academy, im not lazy or a bad worker) i currently have 265/75R16E tires on 16X7 stock wheels.

i would like to go bigger and not have to worry about rubbing or anything like that. any recomendations?

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i would do some 285-75-16's

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I've seen those on my buddies truck they look like a decent size. Wasn't sure if there were other options available. That converts to about 33" high correct?
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I run 285-75/16 on my truck that is lifted with a leveling kit up front and a helper spring in the rear. Cost me less than $500 with 4 new shocks. Also just installed new Cooper ST Maxx 285's
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2002 F250 CCSB Lariet 7.3 Auto
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but thats not the biggest 99-10 35 i think is the biggest without trimming but 37 will fit if you trim the inner fender Ive had 1999 f250, 2000 f350, 2002 f350, and now a 2010 f250 no lift on any of them but Ive always ran the military tires because they are cheap and hold weight well.
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I think 35's rub the leaf springs at a full turn? So yes 285's would be tha largest with no rubbing issues. I could be wrong.

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Will the 2008 F-250 20 inch rims fit a 2006 F-250 without changing anything or adding a spacer
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what is the biggest rim i can fit on my tires if they are 285/75/16's.

its 16' rims right?
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