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35s and a leveling kit

In the market for tires and rims for my 2005 f250 fx4 w/ a 3in leveling kit. let me see your guys set up, please post specifics on rims and tire size. Preferably 18s thanks

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35x12.5 on stock 20s. 1.5 Level up front


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Nice truck, looking to put a aftermarket rim prob like a 18x9 -12 offset and wonder if the will fit

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Nice truck, looking to put a aftermarket rim prob like a 18x9 -12 offset and wonder if the will fit


Thanks. Yeah I dont see you having a problem with that, should fit just fine. I ran 35x12.5s at stock height and had no rubbing (only very very minimal on the control arms at full lock, and not enough to even notice it while driving). So with the -12s Im sure that will help that situation. If you have front mud flaps might have to remove those.

Only thing, are you putting caster shims in to correct your caster after you level it? A 3 kit will push your wheel towards that back of the well a decent amount which could in turn generate the potential for some rubbing.


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