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05 F250 biggest tire?

I have a 05 F250 6.0 with no lift. I was wondering what the biggest tire people have run without a leveling kit or lift?
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Biggest in what sense, width, height, carrying capacity?

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On OEM wheels, 35s. But they need to be a narrow 35. This is why the 295/65/20 sized tire is such a good fit for >2005 Super Duty's.

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would a 295 70 17 fit?
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would a 295 70 17 fit?
I would like to know this answer also. I just bought a 2005 CCSB and it currently has 33x12.50x17's Big O something tires on the FX4 wheels. These will be the first thing to go. I have been looking at the Toyo AT2's ot the Toyo MTs.

Just from the looks of things, I would think they would fit....

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LT285/75R17 (34X11.50R17) 121P E BSW 360430 7.5-8.0-9.5 71 19.1 34.1 11.6 3195 / - 80 / - N/A 608 3P+2S+2N 3P
LT295/70R17 (33X11.50R17) 128P E BSW 360360 7.5-8.5-10.0 73 19.4 33.5 12.0 3970 / - 80 / - N/A 619 3P+2S+2N 3P
35X12.50R17LT 125Q E BSW 360310 8.5-10.0-11.0 83 21.0 34.8 13.2 3640 / - 65 / - N/A 596 3P+2S+2N 3P
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I had 315/70/17 on stock XLT wheels, I upgraded to a 17x9 wheel for the same tires, still stock height, had to pull the inner fender wells back a little bit for the new wheel because of the offset

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would a 295 70 17 fit?
Yes.

I'm running 285/75 R18s. They are a little taller and narrower than your size, but that should split the difference overall.

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I just had 285/75/17 Toyo Open Country ATII installed on my stock wheels. In my opinion, they are probably the best fit with no lift and stick wheels. 33.8" inches tall and produce a way better ride than the 33x12.50x17s that were in it. Night and day difference.


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