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    10,000 - 14,999
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  • Join Date: 11-26-2010
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  1. 11-28-2014 12:00 AM - permalink
    Hey, didn't want to stomp on the mpg post. You probably have the largest tire for can flash for so that's like 31.6 of course 33 should be fine considering what some here do ( though don't take my word for it!) I think that only puts you off like 3% so if you want your speedo and odo to be perfect you will have to get it programmed aftermarket. Just my .02 most guys probably wouldn't worry about 3mph off at 60 mph
  2. 01-01-2014 02:12 PM - permalink
    I went from a 02 F250 to a 2013 F150 KR. There no SD. I sold my KR a few days ago and went back to a 14 SD. Make sure you really want a F150.. I see where your sig says you love your SD. F250 is a much better built and solid truck. To me the parts they use in a F150 are inferior to the SD. JMO though Good luck.
  3. CuNmUdF250
    02-02-2013 11:39 PM - permalink
    they are 35/12.50/16 or 315/75/16 ...they do rub on plastic at back of wheel well and do narrowly miss the corner of bumper but are otherwise fine for the street....I think a 13" wide tire may be to wide for a stock truck also different front factory springs sit a lil different....for example I saw a thread on here where a guy put on same size tires as mine and cut the back of his fenders to make room...If you can I would get an old worn out tire in the size u want maybe even a bit bigger probaly get one from a used tire yard and use that as a mock up to test before you commit to buying
  4. 01-30-2013 02:57 PM - permalink
    hey, was wondering if you could give me the size specs on those tires? I'm looking to put either 13x33R18's or 13x35R18's on mine and everyone says they wont fit. You say you have 35's on your truck so like I thought, everyone else is wrong...

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