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post #1 of 23 Old 04-24-2014, 11:39 AM Thread Starter
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35" Toyos on BMF Novakanes installed

A buddy of mine sold me this setup for next to nothing so I couldn't pass it up. It's 35x12.50x20 Toyo open country m/t's on 20x10 BMF Novakanes. I believe the offset is -12.

The tread on the tires is only at 30-40% but I got such a good deal that I will deal with them for now. Keep in mind my truck suspension is completely stock. They do rub a little when I turn but all I have to do is trim the fender well for now. I plan on getting a leveling kit when I get back in town from work.

I love the way it turned out and the tires stick out just enough to give it a very aggressive look.

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Next to my roommate's little Chevy.Both stock suspension:

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And here is a before/after picture of when I got the truck and how it looks now.

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500% better

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Sweet looking setup!!


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Looks good. Probably just need the leveling kit up front, and maybe run some F350 blocks in the rear. I think it would look really good that way.

Curious, what size tires were you running before? I just ordered a leveling kit for my '02. Was debating whether to run 33's or run 35's.

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Looks good. Probably just need the leveling kit up front, and maybe run some F350 blocks in the rear. I think it would look really good that way.



Curious, what size tires were you running before? I just ordered a leveling kit for my '02. Was debating whether to run 33's or run 35's.

Yeah I want to do a 3" leveling kit in the front with the f350 blocks out back. I was running 295/70/17 tires before which is basically a 33x12 tire.


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The Novakanes look pissed off man. I was thinking about running those or the Repr on my truck...not sure which one yet. FML! Lol



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Went ahead and added the leveling kit yesterday. No rubbing at all. 35" Toyos on BMF Novakanes installed-imageuploadedbyag-free1399569987.312979.jpg

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Looks great, are you still going to do the 350 blocks? If so, be sure to post a pic as I have considered it.


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I'm thinking about maybe adding them since the front seems to be just a little higher now. Not sure though because I figure the springs will settle in the front and even it out.


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