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Old 03-21-2014, 12:37 PM
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Pictures and Answers to some questions

I have been taking photos of tire wheel combos over the last few months and what they look like on my truck. Then with 170k on my 6.4 I traded to a 6.7 and put my now hands down favorite tire on it. The Toyo ATII's were the best snow plow tire I have ever had, quiet on the highway and a good looking tire to boot.
This one on the left is a 285/65-18 on a stock wheel.
The one on the right is 325/65-18 on a 10" American Racing Wheel
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This is my 6.4 with both of these tires/wheels on it.
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This one is a picture of a 285/75-18 on the left and the 325/65-18 again on the right and the truck with the 285 on it.
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The first picture is of a 285/75-18 on a stock wheel on the left, and a 295/60-20 on a stock wheel on the right.
The first truck picture is the 295 on a F350 with a 1.5" leveling spacer. The last picture is the truck stock ride height with 275/65-20 BFGoodrich AT KO's. The 295 is the same height just an inch or so wider.
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