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I have seen a few of these but not one person has said for sure the largest size that would fit and not rub... EVER. I dont want a tire that rolls in and out of the driveway. I want a tire that will take full articulation lock to lock. Discount tire told me 275/60R20 they said 275/65R20 will fit and roll in the parking lot but they dont know if they will rub off road. To me a tire that looks good but hits is a waste of money and degrades the truck. So anyone have 34 on stock suspension that been wheeling?
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I have seen a few of these but not one person has said for sure the largest size that would fit and not rub... EVER. I dont want a tire that rolls in and out of the driveway. I want a tire that will take full articulation lock to lock. Discount tire told me 275/60R20 they said 275/65R20 will fit and roll in the parking lot but they dont know if they will rub off road. To me a tire that looks good but hits is a waste of money and degrades the truck. So anyone have 34 on stock suspension that been wheeling?
Did you ever get an answer to your question? I have the same question. TIA!
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Did you ever get an answer to your question? I have the same question. TIA!
No I never did.. But I know the guys at my discount tire and I trust what they say. I think Im gonna get the FOX 2' kit and run a nice 33 inch tire on it. It wont kill the mileage to bad and it should handle the little bit of off roading I would do in it.
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On stock suspension I’m pretty sure 33” is the limit. I went to 285/65R18 Toyo Open Country AT 2’s which are 32.6” on stock suspension with no rubbing.
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On stock suspension Im pretty sure 33 is the limit. I went to 285/65R18 Toyo Open Country AT 2s which are 32.6 on stock suspension with no rubbing.
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I've done lots of 33's on stock suspension, 34's would be tight and I suspect you'll have a bit of rub. You may need to tweak the crash bars depending on tire width and rim offset.
See this one we did recently, with 305/55R20 on 20x9+18 rims with stock suspension : https://www.f150forum.com/f118/black...sories-404089/
I did push the crash bars apart with a port a power to be safe. Not sure how much clearance there would have been without doing that.



Here's another one with 275/60R20. Lots of room with no modifications required.


And I highly doubt either of these will be actually off roaded, so I can't speak for how they would perform at full lock / flex.
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I've done lots of 33's on stock suspension, 34's would be tight and I suspect you'll have a bit of rub. You may need to tweak the crash bars depending on tire width and rim offset.
See this one we did recently, with 305/55R20 on 20x9+18 rims with stock suspension : https://www.f150forum.com/f118/black...sories-404089/
I did push the crash bars apart with a port a power to be safe. Not sure how much clearance there would have been without doing that.



Here's another one with 275/60R20. Lots of room with no modifications required.


And I highly doubt either of these will be actually off roaded, so I can't speak for how they would perform at full lock / flex.
Thanks for posting! I I think I am going to go with the FOX shocks 2. 0 and a set of 33, maybe 34. I would think with 2 inch of lift the 34 would fit. The truck looks good. The sock tires look to small for these super-crew tucks.
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Thanks for posting! I I think I am going to go with the FOX shocks 2. 0 and a set of 33, maybe 34. I would think with 2 inch of lift the 34 would fit. The truck looks good. The sock tires look to small for these super-crew tucks.
You're right, with 2" lift you can do 285/65R20 (34.5") on stock rims.
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Quick couple of questions from a newbie...

I'm looking to do a wheel tire package on my 2016 XLT Screw 3.5 eco (stock, no leveling) and wanted to know if there would be a fitment issue running 20X10 wheels with 275/60R20.

Wheel: Hostile H113 Rage (6L) in asphalt black (comes in 20X10 and 20X9)
Tires: TA KO2 275/60R20

Are there any advantages/disadvantages to going with a 20X9 vs. 20X10?

Thanks in advance!
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