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Old 07-12-2014, 04:00 PM   #1331
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I think 8" wide is the minimum recommended, but check out the specs for whatever tire you are looking at.
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Old 07-12-2014, 07:38 PM   #1332
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Not sure if this has been asked in here already, but does anyone know if I can fit a 305/70R17 on my stock 17" wheels? I have 1.5" spacers, but not sure if the tire is too wide for the rim. Any help would be appreciated.
i used to run my 33/12.5/17 mud tires on my old 17" stock rims with no problems. so u should be fine.
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Old 07-13-2014, 01:31 PM   #1333
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i used to run my 33/12.5/17 mud tires on my old 17" stock rims with no problems. so u should be fine.
I have the 17" factory rims too, so by what you said I could run 33x12.50/17 MTZs?
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Old 07-13-2014, 03:04 PM   #1334
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I just picked up a 2008 F150 Supercrew Lariat. It came with factory 20" wheels with brand new Michelin all seasons which will get me through 3 seasons, but I have a nearly new set of 16" snow tires that I just bought for my 2001 F150 and was wondering if 16's fit the newer trucks? Yes, I'm aware the wheel bolt pattern is different and I'll have to buy new wheels, but I'd prefer to be able to use these tires this winter...
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I have the 17" factory rims too, so by what you said I could run 33x12.50/17 MTZs?

You might be able too, but just Google the tire and look at the specs.
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Old 07-14-2014, 05:49 PM   #1336
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16 inch wheels will not fit on your truck...(brakes)
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Got my 35's to fit. 1.5" spacers on all corners and some plastic trimming. I need to do a bit more trimming but they're great. Too wide to fit through a drive-thru carwash now though.
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Long time lurker fist time poster. I have an 07 STX supercrew 4x4. Installing a 2" leveling kit ( i like the look of slight rake). I have found a set of wheels that are
17x9, -12mm offset, and have 4.41" backspacing
I plan to run 285/70R17 tires.
Is this going to be an issue of an sorts? Is so what do I need to change?
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Well, if you've lurking, or read the first page, you'd know that you would be more than fine with that set up. I run 35" x12.5" with only very minor rub turning in reverse. The 285/70r17's work out to be about 32.7"x11.2". There are many people on here running 33"x12.5"s with no problems at all.

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Long time lurker fist time poster. I have an 07 STX supercrew 4x4. Installing a 2" leveling kit ( i like the look of slight rake). I have found a set of wheels that are
17x9, -12mm offset, and have 4.41" backspacing
I plan to run 285/70R17 tires.
Is this going to be an issue of an sorts? Is so what do I need to change?
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Has anyone here run the Atturo TrailBlades? I'm curious because I'm looking for a new set up and I was trying to decide between the terra grappler and the trail grappler, when a buddy suggested those. He said they're pretty much Open Country's with an off-brand name. How do they run, how do they wear, and how quiet are they?

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