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  1. woodman32
    07-19-2012 08:40 AM - permalink
    woodman32
    Well I only have a 2" level kit. If I was driving forward and on the gas a little bit, it wouldnt rub. As soon as I would slow down and be on the breaks going forward at full turn then it would rub. If i went in reverse and turned the wheel, then it was a pretty good rub. It was only on the rear of the front wheel wells and on the inside of it about an 1-1/2" in, so it could of def. been trimmed. I would of kept them on and trimmed it, but i liked the stock black rims that came with my truck so i just swapped the bigger tires to the stock wheels. Let me know how it comes out.
  2. dawright4
    07-17-2012 01:25 AM - permalink
    dawright4
    How bad was the rubbing when you had on the hostages and the 305's? I have the same wheels (i believe the same offset) in black and same tires from my old f150. Have a 2.5 in leveling kit on the way for my 2012 fx4 and am curious to see how bad it is going to be once i get everything on.

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    F150 FX4
    Year
    2012
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    Ecoboost
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    - 2012 FX4 with Appearance Package w/ Ecoboost- 2" Zone level kit - 305/55/20 Nitter Terra Grappler Tires -

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