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Got my 2011 250SD 6.7 Today need tire help

 
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Old 07-13-2010, 01:08 AM
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Talking Got my 2011 250SD 6.7 Today need tire help

Man love the truck but dealer oops the tire order and got the 18 so off to get new tires & wheels, there goes my rebate So a question what is the size that fits without a lift, like the toya and no more climbing up. LT325/607r20 anyone?

Thanks and hello from a newbie to the site but not to Superduty
 
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Old 07-13-2010, 07:27 AM
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I put 315/60/20's on mine and they fit fine. I chose to also install a 2 inch leveling kit for aesthetics but the tires cleared fine without it.
 
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Old 07-13-2010, 07:35 AM
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You have a great looking truck I was reading your thread on the lift and thought back when I lifted my 2003 with a leveling kit if was leaf springs and made the truck ride like crap so I may do the coil lift thing, good thread by the way you had going on the lift
 
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Yeah, I love the height of the truck with the leveling kit. Have to use the running boards getting out or it's a bit of a drop to the ground. I think the fender height is about 3 inches over factory with the larger tires and the raised front end. My actual cab clearance is 83 inches so I have to pay close attention in underground garages. These trucks are BIG!
 
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Old 07-13-2010, 11:19 AM
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I am looking for the rear blocks that add 1 inch I like falling out of the truck lol, then I can have the 350 look hehhehee
 
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Sitting at the tire shop while they finish installing my TOYA OC AT 325-65-18 & Moto Metal 18X9 959 Chrome wheels. They fit without lift 12mm offset. I will post pics. Still want to level it
 

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