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Old 11-26-2010, 08:34 AM
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Anyone fit 35's with leveling kit?

Time for new tires on my 01 350 CC long bed PSD. I have a 2" leveling kit in the front and I'm currently running 305/70/16 (32.8x12) mud terrains. Is anyone running a 35" tire with the leveling kit? Any rubbing up front? I am looking to go with 325/65/18 (34.6x12.8). The rims are 18x9 should I go with more than 5" of backspacing? Thanks in advance!
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Old 11-26-2010, 09:44 AM
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I would say they should clear. I had a 2000 F250 with the heavy duty service suspension on the front which made it sit level and 35s fit nicely with just a little trimming of the plastic inner fender. Im not sure of the offset, I had Weld Typhoons and BFG 315/12.50/16
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squatting just a little - stock suspension, 350 should sit slightly higher with the leveling kit
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Old 11-26-2010, 12:57 PM
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Yes you can fit them.

This is my 04 F250 with stock suspension except for a Zone Leveling Kit.

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[quote=MikeMcCasland;9605003]Yes you can fit them.

This is my 04 F250 with stock suspension except for a Zone Leveling Kit.

Mike what set up did you use from Zone? Also did you need to do anything else track bar relocater? ive been looking for so long and dont know witch to get.
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