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Old 03-21-2011, 09:16 PM
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Wink 315-70-17

I was wondering if a 315-70-17 a/t tire would fit on my truck, I have a 99 f-150 4x4 lariet, one thing to note is I have a westin brush guard on the front as well so it sits a tad lower in front... I believe these tires measure out to be 34in or so.

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I know a 32.8-33 (285/75/R16 IIRC) inch tire will fit without a lift and not rub so I think that a small 2 inch lift should be enough to make those wheels fit.
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3" body llift, or a S-lift. i have a rcx lift on my truck with those tire and no rubing. however i could not run them with out the lift.
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I think I'll pass on them a buddy of mine had a set he wanted to get rid of... He said he thought they'd fit, usually when he thinks it's not a good thing, haha! Thanks for the help guys!
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