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Old 03-13-2014, 02:28 AM   #1
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Default Wheel and Tire HELP!!

Hey there you guys now I have searched all over the net but really can't find too much info on a wheel and tire setup I have been wanting to get maybe you guys can help me! First off I have been looking at the Ultimate Lift kit from f150lifts.com I would have it on a 3inch lift on the front and 2inch rear now I have been debating if I should go for the 22x10 or 20x10 Fuel 251 D Nutz wheels. Here is a couple of pics I found online but don't know the life and tire size this person is running? I know these are the 22x10 wheels I like can anyone tell what the lift is and the tire size? Much appreciated

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Old 03-13-2014, 03:25 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum. Try this link, it may help. At the end of the very first post there is a link that may be helpful also.
http://www.f150forum.com/f38/tire-wh...9-newer-68155/
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Thanks but still confused anyone else wanna chime in and help me!
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Look's to be a 4" with 22's and 33's?? I could be wrong though.
Try looking @customwheeloffset site and go thru the gallery, lot of pics there you can use for reference.
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Okay if they are 33's what would be the full tire size so I can google it?
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33x12.50x22 and those are definitely Toyo's But, like I said I could be wrong.
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looks like your standard leveling kit with Toyo MTs
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I agree looks to be a 2/2.5" level and those are definitely 33x12.50r22 toyo mt with 22's
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