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Old 01-05-2009, 07:10 PM
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BF Goodrich Mud Terrain KM2 tires...

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Do any of you have these tires and will a 305-60-18 fit on the stock wheels? It's like a 33x12.5 or something close to that. What kind of road noise do they produce?

Does anyone have any pictures of this tire/size on a 4x4 xlt. I just want to get an idea of what it will look like. i'm going to go with a leveling kit down the road but not sure witch one i want to go with at this point. I do some towing and i don't want the truck sitting weird when i tow.

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I'm looking at the exact same tires for my truck. I know a guy that's on another Ford Truck Forum that has some good pics of his truck. Although, he has 35x12.5/18's on his.

It will look very similar only a couple of inches diff. But, close enough for you to visualize what you want to see.

He put them on Factory rims also, and has a 2.75" leveling kit on the front and a 1" lift on the back. It's a really nice truck.

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ive got 33x12.5r17 nitto mud graplers with a 2 inch skyjacker leveling kit. they rub ever so slightly on the inner fenders. i love these tires but they are extremely loud on the highway but im used to it.
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ive got 33x12.5r17 nitto mud graplers with a 2 inch skyjacker leveling kit. they rub ever so slightly on the inner fenders. i love these tires but they are extremely loud on the highway but im used to it.
do you have any pictures of your tires on the truck?
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they look pretty good. I'm not sure if i'm going to do a leveling kit or not. I do some towing and i don't want the truck sitting weird if i level it.

How much space do you have from the tire to the fender lip in the front and the back and what model truck do you have?

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my truck is an '04, i've got about an inch of clearance, they do rub if i hit a bump while turning, but only on the inner fender so it doesnt bother me, i had 285/60/17s on it before those and they had plenty of clearance, im not sure what my factory tire size was
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