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Old 06-17-2010, 09:28 AM   #1
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Default 285/65r20 BFG's with Quicklift?

Hey I just ordered the Rancho quick lift and rear rs9000xl shocks for my truck. Trying to decide on a tire size... I have seen a few trucks with the BFG a/t 285/65r20's on the stock wheels, and would like to go that direction.. I really dont get the chance to go offroading more than like 4 times a year, so I don't need anything to aggressive.

I havn't been able to find anyone with an 09-10 with the BFG 285/65r20's on the stock wheels. Does any one have those tires? If so do they rub at all with a level?

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go to this link in the f150online.com forum. Scroll down and you will see a user named "AgDoctor" He has the tires you are asking about. Looks pretty sweet IMO.

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