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Old 03-31-2014, 10:18 AM   #341
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Looks fantastic!


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285/75r17 toyo at II (basically a 34" tire) 17x9 assaults. +25mm. No rubbing at all
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Old 03-31-2014, 11:49 AM   #342
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Yup! Our Adjustable Coilover is 3/4" shorter than the stock coilover with a 2.5" spacer on top.

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That pic tells you everything. Although the f150lifts coilovers set at 3" may give slightly better angles
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Old 03-31-2014, 12:49 PM   #343
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Old 04-22-2014, 04:15 PM   #344
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Hey guys, quick question as I am trying to decide on what to do to my '11 F150 SCREW 3.7 2WD.

Currently I have the stock 255/65/17 tires and wanted to upgrade to something that would fill the wheel-well out a lot more. I plan on doing a leveling kit of some sort, but If I get a pair of 20" rims and P275/55R20 (off of a FX4 F150) would that give me a big hit in MPG? I was always planning on doing something more aggressive but after reading every page of this thread today, catching up on what others have done, I read that a lot of set ups cause the MPG to go down quite a bit. Honestly I don't know much about "tires" is why I'm asking. Thanks!!!
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Old 04-23-2014, 02:15 AM   #345
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Hey guys, quick question as I am trying to decide on what to do to my '11 F150 SCREW 3.7 2WD. Currently I have the stock 255/65/17 tires and wanted to upgrade to something that would fill the wheel-well out a lot more. I plan on doing a leveling kit of some sort, but If I get a pair of 20" rims and P275/55R20 (off of a FX4 F150) would that give me a big hit in MPG? I was always planning on doing something more aggressive but after reading every page of this thread today, catching up on what others have done, I read that a lot of set ups cause the MPG to go down quite a bit. Honestly I don't know much about "tires" is why I'm asking. Thanks!!!
Since 275/55/20 is a stock size they use on f150s I imagine you will have little to no change to MPG. I wouldn't even level it if just going with that size.

I have 275/60/20 (stock width and about 33" tall) Toyo at2 and a 1.5" Autospring level. My mileage may have decreased by .5 - 1 tops.
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Since 275/55/20 is a stock size they use on f150s I imagine you will have little to no change to MPG. I wouldn't even level it if just going with that size.

I have 275/60/20 (stock width and about 33" tall) Toyo at2 and a 1.5" Autospring level. My mileage may have decreased by .5 - 1 tops.
Thanks for the feedback kch
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Old 05-06-2014, 01:38 PM   #347
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In search of a setup.

2-2.5" level
285/55 or 295/55 on stock 20's
2" wheel spacers

Anyone run across pics?
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Old 05-18-2014, 02:22 AM   #348
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Hey guys, quick question as I am trying to decide on what to do to my '11 F150 SCREW 3.7 2WD.

Currently I have the stock 255/65/17 tires and wanted to upgrade to something that would fill the wheel-well out a lot more. I plan on doing a leveling kit of some sort, but If I get a pair of 20" rims and P275/55R20 (off of a FX4 F150) would that give me a big hit in MPG? I was always planning on doing something more aggressive but after reading every page of this thread today, catching up on what others have done, I read that a lot of set ups cause the MPG to go down quite a bit. Honestly I don't know much about "tires" is why I'm asking. Thanks!!!
Thats the size I have on my '13 fx2 3.5 Eco. And this is the mileage I'm getting all highway. You shouldn't be worried, But then again I try not to drive above 75 mph. (Too many speeding tickets in my younger days).

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Anyone running a 20x10 with 33's? Contemplating this setup with a 2.5" level
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Old 06-22-2014, 11:44 PM   #350
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My 13 Eco 2wd on 2.5" level

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