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Hi guys I'm sure gets asked a bunch but little new to diesel world I'm currently waiting on my front 2" level kit for my 04 f250 2wd and going to want to put some all terrains on and was wondering what others have done.. Thanks for the impute.. Ps currently running 265/70/17 Michelins
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Hi guys I'm sure gets asked a bunch but little new to diesel world I'm currently waiting on my front 2" level kit for my 04 f250 2wd and going to want to put some all terrains on and was wondering what others have done.. Thanks for the impute.. Ps currently running 265/70/17 Michelins
35x12.5 with aftermarket wheels is the most popular. I prefer A skinnier tire though. Are you staying with the stock 17's?

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I was thinking about it for little while I have the nice chrome Lariat wheels
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I was thinking about it for little while I have the nice chrome Lariat wheels
With the stock wheels, you are limited on size. If you go too big of a diameter, or too wide of a tire you will rub the leafs.

IMO you should stick with a 275 (11.0) wide tire. 285 at the max (11.5"). And around a 70 aspect ratio.

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my avatar is stock with a 285 bfg all terrain.

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