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Old 03-28-2009, 09:27 PM
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06 f350 srw whats the best mt

i am a builder and use 4wd almost every day.right now i have 275 70 18 and a 2.5" level kit.thinking of useing toyo mts 285 75 18 what do u guys think.great site very informitive.thanks

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I have the Toyo 285/75/18 m/t I love them they ride great and get good traction. I have 2.5 leveling kit the tires fit great on the stock wheels there is no rubbing.
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how tall do those tires measure out? I like the stance, cant wait to level mine and but 35s on it!
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how tall do those tires measure out? I like the stance, cant wait to level mine and but 35s on it!
34.8" hand calculated. Probably more like a 33.5" on the ground
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34.8" hand calculated. Probably more like a 33.5" on the ground
Toyo web site say they are 35.1 on the ground they measure 34 1/4.
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thanks i like the looks of those 285s
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