1980 - 1986 Bullnose F100, F150 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Early Eighties Bullnose Ford Truck
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I'm assuming your rig is 4wd since your wanting an aggresive tire. I've been doing alot of research on this lately, and this is what I've found:assuming your springs are not sagging too awefully bad and your using a factory 15X8 rim with normal offset you could use a 32x11.50 but I'm going to stick with a 31x10.50. The extra inch wasnt worth another 25-60/tire for me. I'm going with BFG all terrain TA K/O. It has a moderatly aggresive footprint but performs great on road or off and is a quiet riding tire. Depending on your needs the new Krawler series(BFG) is also a mean looking tire but be ready to pay( BIG). Hope this helps.
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31x10.50's are about the limit up front on a 2wd, On my 82, I got some rubbing the radius arms at full lock, and some inner fender rubbing under full compression. On the rear, I've seen 33x12.50's fit without too much trouble.
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i have 33x 12.5 x15 size tyres on my 81 2wd, dont do it without doing some lift mods!! i put chunky mud tyres on mine and they wore quickly and rubbed on every part of the wheel arch possible.i am currently looking to lift mine so i can keep the tyres at that size, but without the lift spend your money more wiser and get a good 31 inch all terrain.
I found some 32's, and measured them at 31 (real measurment) I have to go out tommorow and measure up on the truck! I did not buy, but will measure first. Only 200 bucks mounted (rims and tires) and fairly agressive, but rims have the clearcoat (?) peeling up. Still a good deal tho, just hope they will fit on my truck without rubbing!
Can you fix the peeling clearcoat (maybe oxidisation) ???
i dont think 32's would fit on a 2wd, at least not very well. 31s are generally a bit smaller than an actual 31"s. when i was looking for bigger tires, all the tire shops around my house said 30x9.50's wouldn't rub. so i just said with 235-75's.
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