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Old 12-10-2013, 06:47 PM   #2781
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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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Old 12-10-2013, 08:06 PM   #2782
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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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Old 12-10-2013, 09:01 PM   #2783
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Could you take a better pic? Lol
Haha. Yeah I'll take some tomorrow and post it.
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Old 12-10-2013, 10:49 PM   #2784
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raptor wheels off of a 2012

315/70/17 Goodyear Duratrac tires

Front level kit only as far as suspension mods

I did have to trim the front plastic valence a little and the rear/bottom of the fender flares





I think I found my setup just with trail grapplers instead
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Old 12-11-2013, 07:40 PM   #2785
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I haven't seen anything on this tire size yet so what are the opinions on how 325/70/17 tire will fit with a 2.5 front and 3in rear? Fyi the tire is 35.1 tall and 13 wide
Depends on the wheel but it will be tight in the front, rear is fine. I'm running 315/70/17 Duratracs on a 2.5" 8x17 +20 wheel 2.5" level nothing on the rear yet but may add a 1" block later. It works had to trim some of the bumper valace looks good though. Good Luck..
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Depends on the wheel but it will be tight in the front, rear is fine. I'm running 315/70/17 Duratracs on a 2.5" 8x17 +20 wheel 2.5" level nothing on the rear yet but may add a 1" block later. It works had to trim some of the bumper valace looks good though. Good Luck..
Breck, are you planning on stock rims (32 mm offset 5.75 bs)? They may be your best bet with a 325/70/17 if (big if) the tire doesn't rub at the upper control arm. If it does you might squeeze the tire in with a 25 or 20 mm offset (5.5 or 5.25 bs). As you get closer to 20 mm offset, the tire will move towards the valance, and you'll have to cut more, but will move away from the upper control arm. Find the balance between the two and it might just fit. Can't wait to see pics of that setup. Not sure if anyone else posted this but it's a nifty offset/backspace calculator

http://www.mrw-wheels.com/wheel%20te...t%20chart.html


Oh, and Breck, 4 wheel drive, correct?
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In the market for some wheels and tires, I have a 2011 Scab with 2 " Daystar Leveling kit. Id like to run 295/70/18s. Will I be able to fit these tires on the stock wheel incase I don't buy rims right away, and when I buy new wheels what offset do yous normally run. I don't want them sticking out super far thanks!
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I'm pretty sure that I have a 1.5" level kit. 2013 2wd SCREW Lariat


I'm thinking of a set of wheels with +15 offset, with 275-60-20 tires, either Terras or Cooper LTZ.


How much are those going to stick out from the stockers, and will I have any rubbing issues?
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Yes it is 4wd
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Will the Raptor wheels work on a 2010 STX 2WD Supercab? I have a 2.5" Ready Lift kit installed.
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