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Old 09-07-2015, 08:29 PM
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Installing a readylift 2.25" front level with 1"rear block on my 2015 F150 Supercab (no crash bars) can i run 35/12.5/20 MT?? Readylift recomends a 285/65/20 but i find there is more choices available in the 35" and in my opinion looks a whole lot better!!!
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Depends ... what wheels you going to use
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Stock 20" wheels
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May need to do some minor trimming... the 285/65/20's would fit perfect... some brands of 35/12.50 actually measure over 13 wide...like trail grapplers 13.39 wide

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Get a 315/60/20 Open Country MT. 35 inches tall and measure 12.5 wide.
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Originally Posted by lifted ford View Post
Installing a readylift 2.25" front level with 1"rear block on my 2015 F150 Supercab (no crash bars) can i run 35/12.5/20 MT?? Readylift recomends a 285/65/20 but i find there is more choices available in the 35" and in my opinion looks a whole lot better!!!
I've got 35x12.50x20 on mine with crash bars and a 2 inch level kit on factory 20's no rubbing at all
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Originally Posted by lifted ford View Post
Installing a readylift 2.25" front level with 1"rear block on my 2015 F150 Supercab (no crash bars) can i run 35/12.5/20 MT?? Readylift recomends a 285/65/20 but i find there is more choices available in the 35" and in my opinion looks a whole lot better!!!
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Which tire are you running? AT or Mt?
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Which tire are you running? AT or Mt?
All terrain
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I've got 35x12.50x20 on mine with crash bars and a 2 inch level kit on factory 20's no rubbing at all
Do you have pics you can post on here?
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