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285/75/R18 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on 2015 F250

Just got new tires for my truck, did a lot of research before making the purchase and I must say I couldn't be happier with my purchase, so far.

I picked out the 285/75/R18 Nitto Ridge Grappler, and stuck with the stock rims for the time being. Truck is stock suspension.

Attached will be before photos, then I will add a new post with after photos.
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Now for the After shots!

No rubbing that i have noticed with the little bit of time i have had them on, but i have already taken them off the paved path and flexed it out a bit.
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Nice! I too will be making that switch soon 🙂


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Looking good, cowboyupamrka! The Ridge Grappler performs well and works out well for many - enjoy!
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Thanks all, I am very excited to see how everything does. Larger tires, more aggressive tread. I updated tire size via forscan, still trying to dial it in, as the first size I tried, from the calculation sheet, came up with error and gave me the "Service AdvanceTrac". Resized to the largest ford selectable size available, but want to play with a few other sizes I have found online and see if I can't get one closer, and wont error out the AdvanceTrac.

Have a cousin who has gotten pretty decent tread life out of them, so interested to see how far they run as well. Put them on right at 61K.

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I would use the Ford OEM 20" sizing that will be the largest (and closest) to what you need to be running right.



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I would use the Ford OEM 20" sizing that will be the largest (and closest) to what you need to be running right.
That's what i have in now is the 20" (34" diameter). Have you tried any other sizing, or did you stick to that? I know you are running the same size tires.
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Since the truck was on OEM 20"s to begin with I didn't change anything else. Using a stand alone GPS I see the MPH is pretty much spot on all the time. Maybe 1 MPH difference but it's not that easy to see that all the time. For miles driven I see about a 2-3% difference by GPS showing more miles driven compared to the odometer. That might sound like a lot but it ends up about 15 miles or so difference. I just drove to Asheville, NC and had a miles driven difference of 14.5 miles between odometer and GPS (GPS being higher). It's not broke, nothing to fix.



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