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im looking in to new rims and tires and found some rims and tires but the trucks at a stock ride height, its the 2000 f150 4.6 4x4, and the tires i wanna get are 32 high by 9 wide, think they'll fit? or will i have a problem?
no problem,the biggest you can put on a stock height 2000 f150 truck is a 285 which is about 32.8" tall and as far as width I am not sure but I am sure you will not rub with a little 9"
285 = the width of the tire, not the height....285 is in milimeters, and the height is basically the overall tire size....the profile (ie: low profiel tires) is the "55" part, which is in incriments of 5 just about always....therefore, in my case on my tires its a 275/55 R20....and if u measure the tire its a 32.1" tire....sorry, just had to put that in the air, no offense...
Jorge. 06 F150 Lariat SuperCab, 20" rims w/Goodyear Wrangler AT/S 34"x11", 2.5" Autospring Leveling Kit, 20% Tints, Best Hitch Adjustable 3 Ball Hitch, Jason Dimension Bed Cover, Panasonic 6.5" Indash DVD/CD/Radio, LED Smoked 3rd Brake Light