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Old 08-27-2014, 09:26 PM   #1
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Anybody know if these rims and tires will fit on my 2006 f150 stx without rubbing? I have a 2.5" rough country leveling kit also. Thanks


http://rimzoneonline.com/wheel-tire-...-33-tires.html
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You should be able to clear those, but you should at least get wheel spacers and longer lugs to take some of the angle off if you are making tight turns in off road territory. On pavement you would be able to make a full turn radius no rubbing.
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What offset will the wheels be?
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