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Old 04-09-2015, 11:46 PM
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2011 harley davidson F150. level kit with 33's or 35's?

So im new here and was hoping to get some input. I recently bought a 2011 Harley Davidson F150. I was wanting to do a levelling kit with some oversized tires but dont know how big to go. Are 35's to big? Thanks in advance guys!!
 
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Old 06-20-2015, 11:17 AM
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Just purchased a 2010 Harley Edition am about to level it, an run 325/50/22 of 35/12.5/17 just not sure which way to go. I like the look of the HD Rims, hate the 22" like the idea of keeping the stock rims. Everyone goes new rims because of cost 22" rubber $2000 , new 17" rims & rubber $2100 but that being said I like the idea of the stock rims.
Just not sure which way I'm leaning. I leveled an ran 35x12.5x17 on my 2008 Supercab no issues.
I'm half tempted to wait, put on a Road Armor Bumper them Run 37's............
 
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Old 06-27-2015, 12:19 PM
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Went with the 22's Nitto G2's. Looks great just not enough, anything bigger and it will not fit in the Garage. But soon body lift an at least 37's.
 
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i'm want to go with bigger tires on my '06.

i know i can go 305/45r22, but i would like to go either 305/50r22 or 285/55r22.

basically a 34" tire, one is 12" wide and the other is 11" wide.

anyone have experience with the 305/50 or 285/55's? front end leveled or not?

thanks
 
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Old 05-19-2016, 12:50 AM
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285/55/R22 Nitto's with a 2" ReadyLift, light rub at Bumper nothing a little trim didn't fix.
Just got back in town.
 
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Old 05-19-2016, 08:03 AM
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285/55/R22 Nitto's with a 2" ReadyLift, light rub at Bumper nothing a little trim didn't fix.
Just got back in town.
thanks
 
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Old 04-15-2017, 08:10 AM
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Next...Raptor Rims,35's, Raptor Grille Lights and Fender Flares
I really Love rims hate the 22's ...so they Go


Wanted to go Up...4" Rough Country Lift...Love it!
 
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Old 11-13-2017, 05:26 PM
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Hello,
I write to you from France. I would like to mount a 4 inch Rancho brand reference RS6519B kit on my F-150 year 2011 model Harley Davidson. some distributors tell me that it is possible and other distributors tell me that this is not possible ...
the manufacturer tells me they have not tried on this model ...
harley models in addition to 2wd and 4wd have AWD functions.
Do you know people who have mounted this kit on an F-150 harley davidson?
cordially
Thierry Amiel
 
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