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Old 08-27-2010, 03:15 AM   #1
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Hi there
I have a 2010 F150 and planning to get rims for it. I was wondering what is the biggest size I can go without lifting my truck? and size of tires also?
and also the offset? Looking into 24s or 22s.

Please let me know what you guys think.

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Do you have a 4 wheel drive or 2 wheel? supercrew, or svt... details details.. Call tire rack anyway, they are pretty good at giving you an answer.
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My truck is 4 door supercrew, 5.4l, 4x4
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I think it really depends on the offset of the rim you want to use. An 07/08 Harley owner on another forum put 305-40-22's on the stock 22" Harley rim with no problems at all.

http://www.nhtoc.com/vbforum/2006-20...arley-rim.html
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You could also consider leveling the front, which will enable you upsize tires and/or wheels. It runs about $450, but it enabled me to put 18" Fuel Rims and 305/65/R18 BFGs on my Crew Cab... Looks Sweet!
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I have the same question. I'm thinking the Nitto 295/60/20 is about the largest size that MAY fit. It will be tight. The problem is Nitto apparently has a policy that if it goes on the rim, you bought it. I found a shop that said they will put a rimless tire in the wheel well to help judge. Not sure what I'm going to do. Been searching this site to hopefully find someone who knows. I do not want a lift kit or new rims but those stock wheels sure are small! GMK
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depends on the offset of the wheels but you can fit up to around a 28in. wheel
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I have the same question. I'm thinking the Nitto 295/60/20 is about the largest size that MAY fit. It will be tight. The problem is Nitto apparently has a policy that if it goes on the rim, you bought it. I found a shop that said they will put a rimless tire in the wheel well to help judge. Not sure what I'm going to do. Been searching this site to hopefully find someone who knows. I do not want a lift kit or new rims but those stock wheels sure are small! GMK
IF you have a 4x4 with a level you can fit those pretty much no problem depending on the width and offset of the wheel you choose, that size equals a 34inch tire.

OP if you have a 4x4 you can fit a 33inch tire no problems if you have a level you can fit up to 35's if done correctly, if you have a 4x2 you can only fit 31's or 33's with a level. THinking about that you can fit whatever size rim you want under that youre really only limited by your tire size. Ive seen a few f150's with 26's and those were 4x2's. The bigger the rim the lower profile tire you will have to use.
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