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rim and tire size

Needing some help from yo guys. Im looking a 2002 f250 eclipse edition and already know the plans but having a hard time finding out which rims and tire i can run without have to do alot of trimming and bumper clearance if possible. My plans are to put a 4 inch lift on it and wanting to go with the squatty look i would like to run a 35 on either a 20x12 or 14. Any input would be appreciated and opinions welcome. Thanks
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good luck !!!!!!

you will need a wheel with 4.53 BS for ideal clearence, this will be just enough to keep a 35 off the leaf packs, but going 12-14 wide will be close to sheet metal front and rear of the fender opening.

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