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Old 04-27-2011, 10:47 PM
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Arrow What tires and wheels fit and what ones hit

Guys, I have ordered my new 2011 F350 and hope to be picking it up soon. The truck is slated for a 2 1/2" leveling kit. I am currently shopping for tires and wheels.

I am looking to provide a thread where others can look to for future fitment of tires and wheels on their new 2011 and newer trucks. Would those of you lucky ones be able to provide a picture or two and a quick description of the tire size, wheel size, lift or level height, etc?

I hope to add my pictures soon.

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Cooper STTs, 35x12.50x20, load range E, on stock rims.
2 1/2" level kit in front, 1" add a leaf in rear.
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2 inch front level with Toyo 315/60/20's on stock 20 inch rims. These are slightly narrower than 325's or the 12.50's. In my case there is plenty of up/down clearance but they contact the control arms ever so slightly. I would think that anything wider than 315's would rub noticeably when turning at full lock.

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Old 04-28-2011, 09:58 AM
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Tires: 285-75-18 Toyo MT's
Wheels: 18x9 Dale Jr. Cannons 4.75" Back Space
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Putting these wheels on Saturday: XD Crank 801's 20X9, 0 offset, 5 backside
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I'll post up some pictures after they are on. Sticking with these tires for now due to the cost of replacing them.

285/65/20 BFG A/T KO on stock wheels with 2" front leveling kit.
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Has anyone put A/T tires and a leveling kit on stock 18" wheels? Pics? Just wondering if it looks bad...I am currently regretting not seeking a truck with 20" wheels.

Hoping that it doesn't look bad to save myself the money from "having" to buy 20" wheels, ha.
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Old 04-29-2011, 08:52 PM
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Very nice trucks. All of them. Thanks for helping out all of us looking to take the next step in customizing our new toys.

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Here is mine with the new wheels on it:
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2" LEVELING KIT, BILSTEIN 5160's, XD CRANK 20x9's with 285/65/20 BFG A/T KO TIRES; TITAN FUEL TANK, TOUGH COUNTRY EVOLUTION FRONT BUMPER, SMITTYBILT WINCH, NFAB STEP BARS
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Lookin good 11350.
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Any pics of larger/wider tires on the stock 18" rims?
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Lookin good 11350.
Thanks. My only problem is that I want to do so much to the truck!!
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Any pics of larger/wider tires on the stock 18" rims?

Ok, found some:

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Nt sure if I like it or not. Might have to use these 18's as my winter wheels...
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Ok, found some:

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Nt sure if I like it or not. Might have to use these 18's as my winter wheels...
It doesn't look good with a full lift, and I think it looks worse with no lift/level and the bigger tires, but I dont know.....might actually look OK with bigger tires and a level. No question the 20's look better, but is it worth the money after the fact? I am having the 20" or 18" dilemma as well.
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I think it might just be that those wheels don't look good on a white truck. Definitely need more offset to make those agressive fender flares work.

I did some Photoshop mock-ups on a black truck and it looks decent. Here is the original photo with a 6" lift and aftermarket wheels:



And here is the same truck with the stock wheels (spacers would be required to get the offset efffect OR don't use fender flares and then no need for spacers):



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They really aren't too bad on a black truck....they look a little small with a 6" lift though. My truck is silver which may be a bit to close to the white. So hard to tell with the continentals on there (my truck that is).
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