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Old 04-04-2007, 10:43 PM
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Question Pics of 35x12.50-18 on stock wheels

Please post pics of your F150s with 35x12.50-18s on stock wheels and please let me know how much rubbing you have and if you did any thing to cut down on the rubbing like put a wheel spacer or some thing else.
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Old 04-04-2007, 10:49 PM
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Also what kind and brand of tire are you using?
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a little rub at full lock to the right and no cutting, tons of pics in gallery
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Any body else?
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2-2.5" leveling kit will be necessary

35x12.5R18 Pro comp XTerrains
rubs upper and lower control arm at full lock L&R
plenty of pics in the 'rktektr' gallery
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35x12.5's R18 with 4" Rancho.....No rubbing at all.

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35"X12.50 BFG muds here, I've run them the last two winters and absolutely love them. I rub on the frame at full lock both ways, but it isn't bad. I did do a little grinding to a flange on the frame where the suspension lower cradle is welded to the frame. The lugs of the BFG's were catching on the flange and tearing the inside lugs up a little. 3minutes of grinding solved that, and now they just rub on the smooth vertical part of the frame and don't hurt anything. Oh, and I have a 2.5 Daystar installed. More pics in gallery

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I am looking to sell the combo, but this is what they look like! 3" lift and 1.25" spacer.
325/65/18




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