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post #1 of 5 Old 06-18-2013, 03:10 PM Thread Starter
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Question Need some education leveling kit/wheel and tire size.

I thank everyone in advance.

I have a 2000 f-350 with stock suspension and stock wheel and tire size. I'd like to get toyo open country mud terrains on it. I'd like a 35x12.50x?

What rim size do I get If I don't want to rub or trim fenders/bumper? I will be buying the Xd hoss gloss rims in black.

I will be putting a leveling kit on. With a small lift in the rear to compensate. Will 35s fit on a 3.5in leveling kit?

Here is the link to the leveling kit I'm looking at.

3.5" LEVELING KIT FORD F250 F350 SUPER DUTY 4x4 TRUCKS

Any input word be greatly appreciated!!
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Will it work yes would I sell it no...

35" can fit if your front springs are V codes with a 3" hanger kit..plus a adj track bar and longer shocks. It will ride better and have more compression travel than the above.

You should also plan longer sway bar links and taller rear blocks and U bolts.
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Thank you very much forthw reply. Can you send some links for the hanger kit and all? And what wheel size would I want with 35s to prevent rubbing the leafs/fender corners? I want the tires to stick out just enough for fender flares. Thanks again for the help!
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PM me your email or email me direct ...and I'll get you info-prices.
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I have a kit that looks very similar to that. 35's fit no problem, and it does ride quite rough/stiff.

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