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I found a set of Rockstar wheels (18X9) with 35X12.5R18 Nitto Trail grapplers for a great price on CL and I am very interested in getting them but I need to know if they will fit without a ton of rubbing. I am leveled in the front 3" the truck is an E99 F350....Thanks for the help .....JOSH
Is your truck a 4X4 and did you verify the bolt pattern is 8x170mm. A buddy of mine bought some wheels based on the number of lugs and not the right mm so he was hosed. If you lifted the front by 3 inches they should be fine. When I say fine I am referring to not rubbing during routine driving; however, locking the wheel out may cause you to rub a little. I run 37s with 6 and a half lift and I still rub when I make a hard turn. I also had to trim off some of the lower molding under the front bumper.
02 F250 SD SC 4X4 7.3, PC 6 ˝ lift, Centerline wheels, PC 37x12.50R-17's, Warn PP HD Winch, ZENA Welder, Jotto Console, Scanner, Icom HAM radio, 91 Gal. Aux fuel cell, Diamondback HD bed cover, Warn Hubs, dual steering stab, Step2 Bed steps, Warn FF, Airaid, 4" t/b exhaust with Aero turbine muffler, backup buddy lights, Mag-Hytec diff cover & tranny pan, SGII, 6.0 T Cooler, ELF7405 with oil By-Pass, IH bellowed ups, Gen 2 FRx, HPx, CAT ELC, ez down t-gate, Fumoto drain, Rev/Cargo LEDs, 4 pillar gauge with ISSPRO, Tuner
yep I forgot that part..... the truck is 4X4 and yes the bolt pattern is 8X170 on them I would like them to have a little offset on them to stick out beyond the fenders for some added style but I believe they are 5" backspacing, and 0mm offset so I do not know if they will stick out much will they?
the more the stick out the more they will rub fenders the more they are inset the more they will rub leaf spring. What leveling kit do you have? I assume your running 285/75's or 33's right now. how much space do you have until rubbing
2001*F250*Ext.Cab*Long Bed* 4x4*6spd manual
4" Turbo back, 6637 w/ pete cover, DP-Tuner, Ranch Hand Bumpers, President of Central Coast Diesels
Yes I am running 33" right now and I am not sure about clearance on the leafs but i know I have about 4 inches from the fender to the tire now.....it looks like a lot that is why i would like to go a little bigger.....the leveling kit i can not remember off hand i bought it off ebay and they were basically just spacers under the leaf springs....If that helps any haha....
My 36s rubbed and my 38s rub but only under full lock. I had to trim the fender and soon the bumper but thats 15.5 wide. I have a set of 315/75s I run during the winter and they dont rub at all, those are 34.5"
2001,F250,8''Lift,3:73s,38x15.5R20 DC-2 12x20s,Gauges-OilPressure-WaterTemp-Volt-DualPyros-Trans.-Boost-FuelPressure,6637w/RiffraffCover&ColdAirBox,CCVMod,ITPBoostAnnhilator ,PolishedIntake,WarnHubs,AIHDelete,VanTurbo,Plenum ReforincementInserts,4'' SSStraightPipe,FoilDelete,TuggerKit,CustomLadderBa rs-IBuilt,4R100HD,DpTuner,me......truck(always at it)
Soon to be installed: Detroit Locker, 4:56 gears
If it were to just rub under full wheel lock that would be fine I can adjust my driving habits to avoid that I am just worried about hitting a bump and things getting broken BC of it haha with those wheels having 0 offset and 5 in backspace will the stick out any at all?
Josh I just put a 2" leveling kit on the front of my 02 F350 and installed 35" toyos on 17" wheels. They rubbed a little until i carefully trimmed the from plastic air dam just a little. Good luck- Mike b
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