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post #1 of 12 Old 03-27-2013, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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Oversized spare tire

What do you guys with oversized tires do about a spare? Seems like alot don't buy one. If you so where do you put it? What's the biggest that will fit under the bed of my super duty? I am not keen on just throwing it in the bed.

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I was wondering the same thing..What size will fit under the bed? worst case you can through the smaller tire on the front..

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I have a full size 37" spare under the bed.

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How in the world did you fit that under there? Will the 37 fit the spare location without alterations?

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I have a 35 under my bed with no modifications. Fits good actually!!

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Still have the heat shield on?

2008 F-250 XLT 4x4 CC
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Lightforce 240RDLs
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I believe its still there, I dont remember taking it off anyway.

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Still have the heat shield on?
Everything is still in tact. The 37 fits like a glove...not sure if you could get a 38.

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Here's some pics....37/13.5
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Wow- i guess i need to find my heatshield then. I had no idea you could fit a 37 in there

2008 F-250 XLT 4x4 CC
6.4L Job 1
6" PC Stage 1 Lift
20x10 Mazzi Hulks
37x13.50 Toyo MTs
Lightforce 240RDLs
Piaa 240 smrs
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Pmf drag link and track bar
PC stabilizer
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