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Old 03-23-2009, 06:57 PM
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325/60R18

I want to step up to a lager tire. I have an 06 XLT with 17's. I want to fit 325/60R18 Mickey Thompson ATZ or Dick Cepek FC II under it but how much of a lift will I need? I am hoping I will only require a levelling kit of 2.5" as I still want to fit the truck in the garage! Let me know what you guys think.
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you will fit with a level kit. thats only 33 tall.
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Mine are 325/60R18 with a 2.5" Icon leveling kit. Looks pretty good and still fits in the garage... (When the wifey lets me.)
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Do you have a 4x4. I run that size on my 05 with no leveling kit and no rub, but i also have a 4x4 F350
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You know you'll need 18" wheels, right?
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My truck is an 06 F 250 4X4. It looks like there will be enough room to fit the new boots but I can't see fitting the 325's with no lift or levelling kit. And yes I realize I will need 18" rims.
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Old 03-25-2009, 05:11 PM
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My truck is an 06 F 250 4X4. It looks like there will be enough room to fit the new boots but I can't see fitting the 325's with no lift or levelling kit. And yes I realize I will need 18" rims.
They'll fit. My brother runs 325/60R18's on his stock hieght 03 4X4 F350 supercab. The 05's and up have more clearance.
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