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Old 07-12-2007, 02:28 AM   #1
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I wanted to get some new wheels with larger tires but don't really want to lift the truck or get a leveling kit. I really like the look of this tire size, 325/60R18, would that be possible? Thanks for the input
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isnt that a 37 inch tall tire
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a 33" is the biggest tire you can put on it but with a leveling kit you can get a 35"



basing off of that knock yourself out
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35's would be perfect, so with a leveling kit I can maybe get away with this?
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What year is your truck? And is it a 4x4?
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if its a new truck
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K. If its a 4X4 you can run 35"s with a spacer.
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What year is your truck? And is it a 4x4?
It's an 07 FX4
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then 33s w/o levelin kit 35s w/ levelin kit
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But if you are going to use aftermarket rims you will probably only be able to use 33"s but of the stock rims you can use 35x12.5"s with no problems.
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