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You can buy the 40's or the 42's...
Everything I've had experience with on these tires.. If you find a new pair (only a year or 2 old) They will do better on the street.. because they are softer... Big bonus of these as opposed to other 40+ tires is they are not very loud.
If you find an older set (3-5 years old) They will be very hard, Street manners wont be as good.. But they will wear like steel and last you a long time..
Though what they have already said, The Tires are HEAVY AS ****. and will wear down parts faster.. Expect to have to buy the most expensive Ball Joints/Breaks/Tie Rods, TRE's/ Driveshafts... Everything will need to be beefed up over time as stuff wears out, to ensure reliability..
But, If your stepping up to that sized tire, In a SuperDuty.. For the cost, those tires are the way to go.
Uhhh... Wait... What...
2005 F-250 PowerStroke 6.0 ** SOLD***