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Old 10-09-2013, 11:41 AM
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Tires

I have a 2011 F150 Harley Davidson. Time for tires. My taste leads me to want to fill up the wheel well a bit more than the stock Perilli tires do. I don't care to lift this truck but I am thinking of leveling it and going with Yokahama tires that are 34 inches in diameter. Will a 2" level get me past any rubbing problems? Any advice or recommendations are appreciated. Thanks!
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I don't know about the the 2" level...but we (family) loves the Yokohama YK580's (and YK 520's- predecessor) for 10+ years!!!!
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