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2004 f150 with 3" level kit will it fit 20x12 on 33"tires

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2004 f150 with 3" level kit will it fit 20x12 on 33"tires

I have 3" leveling kit now on 33x12.5 on stock 18" wonder if 20x12 with 33" ... I put my buddies 35s on 20"?? rim at 9 wide it cleared by 1.5" max out turning ...Here a pic of truck now
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