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Old 03-23-2013, 04:01 PM
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Largest tires on OEM

I tried this question over on the Power Stroke Nation with 0 results today.
What is the largest tire I can put on the 2013 F350 20" OEM Platinum rims without rubbing or at minimum installing a leveling kit?
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Re: Largest tires on OEM

My boss has 295/60r20 nittos on his with no issues.

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Old 03-23-2013, 05:10 PM
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My boss has 295/60r20 nittos on his with no issues.

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copy that, totaly stock?
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That's a wider tire then stock (275) but its actually smaller diameter then stock at only 34".

Mine are 34.5x11 on completely stock truck. I have never rubbed.
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That's a wider tire then stock (275) but its actually smaller diameter then stock at only 34".

Mine are 34.5x11 on completely stock truck. I have never rubbed.

I assume 34.5X11X20?
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I assume 34.5X11X20?
No I got 18's. the stock 18's come with 32.4x10.8.

The stock 20's come with 34.4x10.8.

All the SRW trucks 05+ come with a +40 offset, so rim size doesn't really matter.
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Old 03-25-2013, 03:46 PM
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325/60/20 will rub a bit but not too bad
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325/60/20 will rub a bit but not too bad
I have ran the GY Duratrac on several of our work trucks with good luck. Would I need a 2" lift or leveling kit for 325X60X20 with the Duratrac?
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35x12.50x20 with very slight rub at full lock. The 35's look great I think on stock height trucks or with a levelling kit only. I run a 35x12.50x18 now on mine.
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