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38" tires

I have a 2011 f350 I am planning on putting on a 8" lift and am planning on running 38" tires but wondering if a 15.5" tire will rub or should I stick with a 13.5" wide tire? I am planning on running a 20x12 wheel with -44 offset.
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15.5 @ -44 you will have to space out the front bumper and cut the corner at the valence, 13.5 @ -44 it will be close you may be able to just space the bumper and get by.

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