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Old 02-02-2008, 03:51 PM   #1
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Default The Tire and Wheel Fitment Guide.

I woudl like to make a comprehensive guide on tire fitment and wheel size, so people can just come find it here and not have to make 1000's of posts about it, so I need everyones help, just post up what you know and I will add it to the original post.

I was thinking go by year, and include the biggest tire or smallest rim, at stock, and lifted heights.

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here is a start

04+
-4WD 33s on stock rims and 35s with a leveling kit, also on stock rims.
-2WD 31s on stock rims and 33s with a leveling kit.
-6" of lift will fit 35s on aftermarket wheels.
-8" of lift will clear 37s on aftermarket wheels.

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For the 04+ if those numbers in the grids below the tire size are the lift height needed for that certain tire they are wrong.
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i thought i saw on trucks once they said you can put 33's on a newer stock f150 with no lift or mods just the right rim and tire setup.....am i right or wrong?
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Your right and that's the point I was going to make. You can add 33s on a stock 4X4 and 35s with a 2" spacer.
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That is just a thing I found online, Im sure its not all right.
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So i guess you are going to make a spec sheet or something?
04+
-4WD 33s on stock rims and 35s with a leveling kit, also on stock rims.
-2WD 31s on stock rims and 33s with a leveling kit.
-6" of lift will fit 35s on aftermarket wheels.
-8" of lift will clear 37s on aftermarket wheels.

That is pretty basic without going in to wheel sizes and so on.
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mind if I coppy and paste that?
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Go right ahead.

Will you also include that with certain wheels you can fit larger tires than stated, such as with a six inch lift you can fit 37s as long as you have perfect specs on the wheels and the tires are narrow.
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here's a couple more

http://www.dickcepek.com/DickCepekTireGuide.pdf

http://www.explorerprocomp.com/PDFs/07cat/130-131.pdf
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