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Old 07-29-2013, 03:35 PM
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38" Rubber

2012 F350 with a six inch Rough Country suspension lift plus 2.5 inch Readylift coil spacer and rear add a leaf... will a 38x15.50x22 fit? im willing to cut and grind fenders and bumpers but want to know if anyone else has done this. Im currently running 22x11 - 24 Fuel Cranks and 37x13.50x22 tires.
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I'm looking at doing a similar setup on my 08': 8" BDS 4 link lift, 20x12 Fuel Hostages, and havent decided on 38x13.50 or 38x15.50 Toyo M/Ts yet. Why did you decide to go with wider tires? I only ask b/c I dont want to buy one or the other and regret it.
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Is there any way I could get a measurement from top of hub to bottom of fender on the front? I measured a stock truck and was 8" higher but only have a 6" zone lift


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The reason I ask is that I'm debating on going to 38x15.50 and want to know if i will clear or not. My truck sits 2-3" taller then my fathers 08 with a 6"


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It should work with 8" of lift im running 20x10 -12mm offset with a 6" fabtech with the 38x13.50 toyos no rub at all couldnt run the 15.50 on mine with just the 6"
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