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Old 03-11-2013, 01:07 PM
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Another will it fit question.

I have a 2012 F-350 that is stock height and has the FX4 package. Will 305/55/20 fit without rubbing? What about 35x12.5x20? I really don't want to have to lift it if I don't have to. I am not sure it the FX4 package sits any different than a pickup without the package, just thought I would throw it out there. This is on the stock 20" chrome clad rims also.
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Old 03-11-2013, 01:37 PM
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33" tall needs a 2" level kit, most 35" a 3"..and what springs Ford put in.

We have what it takes..

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Old 03-12-2013, 12:13 AM
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33" tall needs a 2" level kit, most 35" a 3"..and what springs Ford put in.

We have what it takes..

PM me if I can help.

Cary
What!? The stock 20" rim trucks come with 34.4" tall tires!

To the OP.
There are tons of guys on here with 35x12.5" tires on stock rims. About half of them say minor rubbing on the radius arm. And the other half say no rubbing at all.

I have 34.5x11" (approx) and I have all sorts of clearence in every direction. And yes the 18" and 20" rims have the same +40 offset and 8" wide rims.
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Old 03-12-2013, 06:59 AM
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Most will upgrade to a 9-10 wide rim...you will need the clearance esp if you drive other than on pavement.
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33" tall needs a 2" level kit, most 35" a 3"..and what springs Ford put in.

We have what it takes..

PM me if I can help.

Cary
^Trying to make some $$. If you put 3" up front on a 2012 you could fit 37s on a stock wheel easily.
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Old 03-12-2013, 03:55 PM
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No not trying to make $$$$$ just made a dumb mistake flat missed its a newer truck..assumed it was a 99-04..what happens when your working 12 hour days.

Sorry..OP your fine.
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No not trying to make $$$$$ just made a dumb mistake flat missed its a newer truck..assumed it was a 99-04..what happens when your working 12 hour days.

Sorry..OP your fine.
We have all done that before. I made a fool of myself not to long ago, helping a guy with a '02. I thought the title said 2012!
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