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Old 07-21-2014, 12:09 PM   #14291
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This was the lift I was looking to get for it: http://www.roughcountry.com/ford-sus...it-528-20.html
Im no expert but i do belive that will wear out your front end......
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Old 07-21-2014, 01:13 PM   #14292
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20x9 I think.
Thats probly it then they're wider
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Hey hey hey....... I have 35x12.50 on a stock fx4 tbars turned up to level not maxed out yes they rub on a full turn on the frame an tbars but they still fit fine........
I wasn't talking down in you I was just saying 33s fit stock
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Im no expert but i do belive that will wear out your front end......
Nah spindles are the best way to lift a 2wd

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This was the lift I was looking to get for it:
http://www.roughcountry.com/ford-sus...it-528-20.html
Ya spindle lift is a great way to lift a 2wd but you might have to have certain wheels the website should say
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Hey y'all, I am new to the forum, I just downloaded the app. I have a few questions. I bought a 2000 2wd f-150 last December. It's a 5.4 v-8 lariat. Everything is stock, standard bed. It's a 4 door. I'm wanting to put some new wheels and tires on it as well as a new exhaust, I'm also putting a 3 inch suspension lift on it. My question is, is what size wheel do I need, as well as tire? Thanks
I wear 32's my self but without a lift right now when I get my lift i'm probly moving up to 33's, spindle lift is the way to got 2wd. doesn't hurt suspension like they said.

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I'm going with that lift. I'm going to go ahead and get 33s. I'm not sure what size wheel I wan though. 17,18, or 20.
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I personally think bigger rims and thin tires are derp.. I wouldn't get anything bigger than 17, with 33's you might look good in 18's but that's just me.
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I'm going with that lift. I'm going to go ahead and get 33s. I'm not sure what size wheel I wan though. 17,18, or 20.
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I personally think bigger rims and thin tires are derp.. I wouldn't get anything bigger than 17, with 33's you might look good in 18's but that's just me.
X2 18s might pull it off but 20s can barely bull off 35s.

I'd go 17, even consider 16.
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Yeah 17 is probably what I'm going with. They're cheaper too!
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Yeah 17 is probably what I'm going with. They're cheaper too!
yup, gotta love paying more for less rubber..

these trucks look real nice with a 16-17 rim and aggressive somewhat oversize rubber. should turn out real nice. what kinda rim are you looking into?
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Either the M/T classics, or some pro comps. I don't know what my trucks bolt pattern is though, how do I find that out? I think I read on a part of the forum it's 5x135?
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