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Old 07-10-2012, 01:27 PM   #1
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Hey guys? Seen on here everyone has put bigger tires on their truck with other than stock rims so my question is will a 325/65/18 fit on my oem ford rim? I have already a 2" leveling kit just to let you know!!
Appreciate any comments just wondering about the rim size which is making me nervous!!!
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Hey guys? Seen on here everyone has put bigger tires on their truck with other than stock rims so my question is will a 325/65/18 fit on my oem ford rim? I have already a 2" leveling kit just to let you know!!
Appreciate any comments just wondering about the rim size which is making me nervous!!!
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I had almost that wide of a tire on my stock wheels (305's) I know they aren't as wide as you wAnt to go but figured it might help.
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I had almost that wide of a tire on my stock wheels (305's) I know they aren't as wide as you wAnt to go but figured it might help.
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This set up has been run before, here's a link to f150online with a guy running that tire size on stock 18's.

http://www.f150online.com/forums/200...s-oem-18s.html
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This set up has been run before, here's a link to f150online with a guy running that tire size on stock 18's.

http://www.f150online.com/forums/200...s-oem-18s.html
Thank you I now feel at ease!!! Getting them installed Thursday can't wait!!
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post pics when installed.
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The 325x65x18 is a 35x12.8x18 and is too wide for a 7.5 inch wide wheel. I've seen guy's run them over the year's with no problem's except for abnormal tire wear. Worse thing is you may have rubbing on the inside on the upper control arm when making hard turn's. Spacer's can correct this.
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The 325x65x18 is a 35x12.8x18 and is too wide for a 7.5 inch wide wheel. I've seen guy's run them over the year's with no problem's except for abnormal tire wear. Worse thing is you may have rubbing on the inside on the upper control arm when making hard turn's. Spacer's can correct this.
I had 12.5 inch wide on stock wheels and didn't have any abnormal wear. I was told I would but I didn't. I had 90k on those tires
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