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Old 04-21-2012, 11:15 PM
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tire size help plzzzzz

tallest widest tire possible on a 74 f250, stock hieght, givin up on lift kits. so if any1 can tell me the biggest widest tire i can run, that would b appriciated
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Not an expert but I think if you want close to stock tire height It's 235/75r15 LT (nominal height of 30"). At least that's what I have found out about my '79 F150. Yours might be different especially if you have narrower rims. You don't say if it is 4wd or not.

Mine is 4wd with stock suspension and currently has 33x12.5r15 LT's on it but I'm thinking I might go back down.
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Old 04-23-2012, 11:43 AM
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yea its 4wd
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yea its 4wd
The 33s should work just fine.

I'd post a pic of mine but it's currently up on stands waiting for me to put new brakes on.
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it has 33 but i think they look small and dont fit the truck like i like
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