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Old 12-04-2013, 02:54 PM   #2771
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I'm going to do a leveling kit, and Im looking at:

-fuel mavericks 20x9 +20

-xd addicts 20x9 +18

-ballistic jesters 20x9 +12

What size tires would I need for any of those above? I have a 2011 ecoboost FX4. Thanks!
Well you can simply look in this thread that you posted in to see what others with those wheels went with. I can't imagine that would be too difficult.

Get whatever size tire you want. Most people get a 305/55/20, 295/60/20 or 295/65/20. About 33-34" tall, some go 35" tall.
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Old 12-04-2013, 03:58 PM   #2772
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I'm going to do a leveling kit, and Im looking at: -fuel mavericks 20x9 +20 -xd addicts 20x9 +18 -ballistic jesters 20x9 +12 What size tires would I need for any of those above? I have a 2011 ecoboost FX4. Thanks!


I have a 13 ecoboost 4x4 and got 305/55/20
And had to do minor trimming to both front and back of front wheel well. 35"s def be little more extensive. I used a 2.5 level with 1" in back
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2012 ford f150 Eco fx4 nitto trail grappler 305/55/20 just installed they fit fine no trim just 2 in level
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Another question guys,

With a level kit you think a +20 or a +01 offset would look better?
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Here's mine. Fuel Trophy 20x9 5inch backspace +1 offset. On a 295/55r20 Toyo Open Country AT2.

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Not sure how a +20 offset would stick out but I like the way mine looks.
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Here's mine. Fuel Trophy 20x9 5inch backspace +1 offset. On a 295/55r20 Toyo Open Country AT2.

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Not sure how a +20 offset would stick out but I like the way mine looks.
Looks really good, what lift do u have and how much trimming did u have to do?
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Here's mine. Fuel Trophy 20x9 5inch backspace +1 offset. On a 295/55r20 Toyo Open Country AT2.

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Not sure how a +20 offset would stick out but I like the way mine looks.
+1 it is. That is how far I would like to stick out. Thanks man.

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Ok need a little help I have a 13 lariat 4x4 screw. I just orderd a rancho complete loaded ready lift for the truck and also grabbed a set of raptor lead blocks to give the rear just another half inch or so. Now I need to figure out wheel and tires. I have te chrome package on my truck and it has the 18's. I want to run 35's but not sure if I can get away with using my stock wheel or what size aftermarket I need. Or maby a set of raptor wheels? Probably not raptor wheels though but idk
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@DVS
Just had to cut a notch out if the lower valence.. not a good pic but you can see where I cut. And you can't even tell by looking at it by the side or anything.

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Just had to cut a notch out if the lower valence.. not a good pic but you can see where I cut. And you can't even tell by looking at it by the side or anything.

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Could you take a better pic? Lol
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