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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-09-2011, 02:13 AM Thread Starter
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35 inch tire clearance question

Can my 2003 f250 clear 35's with a leveling kit? What about stock suspension will it clear 35's without a leveling kit?

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Re: 35 inch tire clearance question

my uncle clears 315's with a leveling kit but they scrub the leaves when turned all the way. and from what ive read 315's are pretty much 35's. if im wrong someone please correct me.

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Re: 35 inch tire clearance question

Yes you can, I had 35x12.5 on 16x10 wheels, they would rub very little, the inerfinder needs to be pulled back, you can do that easy. I pulled it back and would only rub if turned just right and hit a bump. Off set will make it rub more.

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Re: 35 inch tire clearance question

Twan was it on stock suspension?

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Re: 35 inch tire clearance question

315.75r16 is a 34.6" tire they will fit If it rubs the fender liner at all ( I had a lift) just warm it with a heat gun wear welding gloves and push it in wherever you need to. This is what I did when I put 37x13.5" on but i have a 5.5" lift
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Re: 35 inch tire clearance question

No, I had a rancho leveling kit, 2-3" it was a 2004. On my 2006 they would fit for a town only with lift, put a 2" on it and they fit nice.

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Re: 35 inch tire clearance question

mine still rubbs wit a 2.5 leveling kit on my 2003 35-12.5-20i will go to a 4" or a real leveling kit
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Re: 35 inch tire clearance question

On leaf spring they will rub, with coil springs they will not rub

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Re: 35 inch tire clearance question

So after seeing this I see I need a suspension lift, but do they rub bad with a leveling kit? I figure I'll save up and do a four inch lift eventually I just don't Wana get the tires and rub them to wear it starts wearing the tire. It's a big expenditure for me

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Re: 35 inch tire clearance question

What wheel are you going with size and back spacing?
On my 04 I pulled the inerfinder in alittle, around town and drit roads they never hit. If I was off road and turned just right they would hit. Mine never hit the springs. If you live near Colorado you can test fit my wheels to see what they will do.

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