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What's the widest tire I can clear would like to run at least a 325/60 don't have rims yet probably gonna be a 17 or 18
 

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Bump...would like to know also
 

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I dont have any personal experience but one of my friends has run 325/60/18 Toyo ATs on the stock rims on his last two trucks (08 and 09 F250). This was without a leveling kit so I know youll be fine with atleast the 325
 

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It all depends on the offset of your wheels. If you run stock wheels (which aren't listed as being wide enough at 8" for a 325x60x18 tire) then you can fit 35x12.50x18 very easily (see my gallery). I have 18x10" wheels with a -25 offset and running 33x11" tires was tight - another guy on this forum has the same wheels as mine with 325x60x18 and he says they rub slightly.
 

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It all depends on the offset of your wheels. If you run stock wheels (which aren't listed as being wide enough at 8" for a 325x60x18 tire) then you can fit 35x12.50x18 very easily (see my gallery). I have 18x10" wheels with a -25 offset and running 33x11" tires was tight - another guy on this forum has the same wheels as mine with 325x60x18 and he says they rub slightly.
well i was gonna run a 325/60R20 dose it make any difference
 

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A 325x60x20 (35.2" tall) is a much bigger tire than a 325x60x18 (33" tall). Depending on the offset I would guess you would have major rubbing issues with a 325x60x20. Any wheel with a negative offset I mean - factory wheel has a positive offset.
 
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