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Old 06-16-2014, 05:59 PM
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What Tire will fit on a 2014?

Just picked up a new 2014 with the snow plow prep package, FX4, etc.

What tire will fit on the stock suspension, can I get a 35 under it without rubbing?
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Yes, factory 275/65r20's are 34.1" diameter.
Use this Tire Size Comparison and input the factory tire size and your 35's you want and it'll show the differences in size for you
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Yes, factory 275/65r20's are 34.1" diameter.
Use this Tire Size Comparison and input the factory tire size and your 35's you want and it'll show the differences in size for you
Actually this one came with 275/70/18's which are equivalent to a 33x10.5/18 or so. The calculator says 33.2/10.83

I wanted the 18 inch wheels purposely because the tires are literally 100.00 more per tire each for a 35's.
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Old 06-17-2014, 06:54 AM
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true on the dollars and cents, but if you start buying bigger tires it gets harder to find a 10ply in an 18. at least thats what i experienced when i was trying to get 37s, so i switched to 20 inch wheels. Other then that you are correct.......and craigslist and other places is almost impossible to find a good aftermarket set of 18" tires. everyone is running 20s and up anymore. or 17s
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Old 06-17-2014, 07:25 AM
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I was actually thinking of keeping two different sets of wheels and tires…

keep the stock ones for towing/long distance freeway. And maybe get a set of 35's on 20's for looks and off road daily driving. I'd imagine towing a huge 5th wheel on jagged Mud/AT 35" tires is probably not as good as the stock setup with the michelins it came with.

I do the same thing with my Mustang Cobra for the rear… I have two sets of wheels and tires for the rear… drags radials and street tires.
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