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Old 07-09-2009, 10:42 PM   #31
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Has anyone put 325/60/20's ( 35.4x12.8 ) on with 2" level kit? I have an 06 F150 4x4 and thinking about factory pirelli tires just in a bigger size, can't afford to only get 40 out of a tire and spend that much. Thanks
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Old 07-09-2009, 10:52 PM   #32
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Also, if you put a leveling kit and keep factory tires, do you have to get an alignment? Thanks
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Old 07-10-2009, 12:09 AM   #33
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i think they will be to wide but i dont know depends of the offset i just put 305/70/r18 on mine and they rub when i turn hard to both sides but i put on mickey thompson baja ATZ. you can check it out in my albums. i also put on the true 3 in leveling kit on mine not the 2 in. my new tires measure 34.8/12/18
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yes you have to get an alignment or you wont get the true 2 in leveling out of the kit and your alignment will be off and you will eat up your tires...
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Old 07-14-2009, 06:30 PM   #35
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Default 35's on Stock XLT rims 18x7.5

I want to put 35's on my 2004 F150 STX 4X4. I will have a 2 inch leveling kit put on. I have XLT stock 18 inch rims 7.5 wide. I saw a 4x4 F150 with stock 33's on the same rim with out a 2 inch lift. I do know now that I can fit 35's on my truck. Can someone give me some sizes other then 35 x 12.50's. I guess maybe the metric size for 35's that will fit my stock rims. I have been on line for 2 days looking for tires. I din't know it was going to be this hard. I really like BFGoodrich's. I will post pictures of my truck before and after later. I am new to this forum. Any help would be very helpful.

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For those with 2WD trucks, I just went from stock P255/65/17 to a LT265/70/17E, More than enough room and no rub at all! Fills the well more and looks even better.. I used OEM Chrome Clad wheels.
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I have a 2007 F-150 FX4 and I want to put the 33" tires on a 17x8 rim. Would I have issues?

Rims and tires I am getting are the:

17" Helo HE842 Rim
Dick Cepek Tire 33"x12.50R17

Do I need to get the level kit to make this fit or can I run with the stock height and than get the level kit later or do i need to buy the level kit before i put this tire combo on?

Thanks so much

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Gonna need a leveling kit..
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WHats the biggest tire I can fit on my factory wheels? Theres a pic in my album.
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depends, modifying the suspension?
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