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Old 10-01-2009, 02:51 AM
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2003 F150 Tire Size

Hi!
Sorry if this question was already answered somewhere, but I couldn't find an answer, and http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/20...-chart%3F.html didn't work.
I'm looking for new tires for my 2003, 4X4 XLT SuperCrew F150 5.4L V8. The ones I have now are the GoodYear Wrangler P265/70R17.
I'd like to try a bigger size, but I'm not sure what the maximum tire size I can get is?
Thank you!

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Mine isn't lifted, but the front has been leveled. I'm running 33/12.50-17's on mine on the FX4 7.5" rims.
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