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perf-list-digest Tuesday, October 12 1999 Volume 02 : Number 262

Ford Truck Enthusiasts - Performance
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FTE Perf - 33's or 35's?



Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 20:28:24 -0400 (EDT)
From: Justin Farcas
Subject: FTE Perf - 33's or 35's?

I've sent a similar message to the offroad list, and was looking for even
more opinion. My question is this: I have a 79F150 with a 4 inch
suspension and 3 inch body lift on it. It has a 460 powering it, and
NP205 and a 3 spd auto delivering the power to the 1/2 ton axles. I have
33' tires on it now, aand was wondering if upgrading to 35" tires would
put that much more stress on bearing, ujoints brakes and suspension, so
much that it would affect the reliability greatly? I offroad
occasionally, but drive in town more.

Justin Faarcas

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