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Old 04-17-2012, 05:16 PM
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I just bought a 2010 Expedition Eddie Bauer, it has the stock 255/70/18's on it now. If I up size to 275/65/18 will there be any issues with fitment or will it mess with the computer at all?
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109 views as of this morning, and no one can help me out with this question ??
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I just bought a 2010 Expedition Eddie Bauer, it has the stock 255/70/18's on it now. If I up size to 275/65/18 will there be any issues with fitment or will it mess with the computer at all?
Thanks for any info.
It will fit without issue. The up size tire is 1/2" taller and will slow the speedo by about 2%. See this link for a calculator at bottom of page.
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Thank you that helps..
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You can fit up to a 33" on stock suspension with zero issues

A 34" depending on the width of tire

4x2 or 4x4?
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You can fit up to a 33" on stock suspension with zero issues

A 34" depending on the width of tire

4x2 or 4x4?
Its a 4x4 with air suspension
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