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Old 04-04-2014, 10:02 AM
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Tire and lift question?

Trying to figure out if these tires plus wheel spacers will work for my set up without rubbing. My truck is a 2001 F250 lariat with this lift kit...

1999-2004 Ford F250 / F350 4" lift kit 314H | BDS Suspension

Currently, I am running 295/70R18 and the wheels are 10" wide. This is my clearance at the moment (it is about 2" when the wheel is turned)...



The front tires are pretty low on tread too. I'd guess 5,000 miles left or so.

Anyways, my next set of tires I want are the Nitto Trail Grappler 35x12.50x18 and I also wanted to throw on some 2" wheel spacers.

Is there any way I can know that these tires will clear without rubbing? I'd hate to blow 350$ on spacers that are useless.

Thanks in advance!
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