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Old 12-05-2013, 04:12 PM
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Clearing 35's?

I have 6" lift on a 2000 F250, will 22x12 on 35's clear? I'm really over thinking fitment I know but does anyone else have 12 wides?
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Don't know if this helps but I have 315/75r16 which is 34.5x12.5 on 10 inch rim on a 2.8 leveling kit and I get a small rub at full lock. So I think you should be fine
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Don't know if this helps but I have 315/75r16 which is 34.5x12.5 on 10 inch rim on a 2.8 leveling kit and I get a small rub at full lock. So I think you should be fine
okay thanks
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Can you post a picture? I'm looking at some 12" wide wheels.

2005 F350 CCLB FX4
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I would think you would be fine...I see people run 33s on a leveling kit, so I would think 6inches is plenty for 35s...
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Here's mine with 35s with level kit
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I have 6" lift on a 2000 F250, will 22x12 on 35's clear? I'm really over thinking fitment I know but does anyone else have 12 wides?
They'll clear just fine. Depending on the width of your tire, you may need to trim the front valance to accommodate suspension flex and turning
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you should clear just fine with 6 inches you shouldnt even have to trim
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