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Old 10-17-2011, 08:00 PM
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can i put beefy 35" on my stock rims?
 
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Old 10-24-2011, 04:15 PM
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Originally Posted by 20064x4 View Post
can i put beefy 35" on my stock rims?
20064x4,
I had 35" x 12.5 on my 2001 F150 with out lifting it, but you would need to do a little triming of your fender (the black plastic portion and add two to three sheet metal screws to the inside of the tire well towards the cab to push the tire well liner tight to cab frame). It took me less than an hour to do to both sides.

hope this helps, let me know.
 
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I have a 2006 F150 Lariat 2wd Supercrew with a 2" leveling kit on the front. Can I fit 305 45 24 tires? If so what offset should I have on 24x 9.5 rims? If needed I am looking to put Air ride on it if that will help me to lift a couple more inches if its needed. Please advises. Thanks
 
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Old 11-07-2011, 01:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Screwcaddy View Post
I have a 2006 F150 Lariat 2wd Supercrew with a 2" leveling kit on the front. Can I fit 305 45 24 tires? If so what offset should I have on 24x 9.5 rims? If needed I am looking to put Air ride on it if that will help me to lift a couple more inches if its needed. Please advises. Thanks
Welcome to the site! You will get a lot more veiws and help if you started a thread with your question. In the Tire and Wheel forum.
 
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Old 11-07-2011, 04:46 PM
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Tpms....

Hi, I'm new here and love reading your posts. I was wondering, is there a difference in the TPMS from '07 to '11 F150's? I found a great deal on a "new" set of chrome rims from an '07 F150 that were returned to the dealer for a warranty issue (a scratch which isn't noticeable). If I put these rims on my '11 truck will there be a programming issue with the TPMS??
 
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Old 11-07-2011, 05:14 PM
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Originally Posted by robotguy View Post
Hi, I'm new here and love reading your posts. I was wondering, is there a difference in the TPMS from '07 to '11 F150's? I found a great deal on a "new" set of chrome rims from an '07 F150 that were returned to the dealer for a warranty issue (a scratch which isn't noticeable). If I put these rims on my '11 truck will there be a programming issue with the TPMS??
The 2007 has a band sensor that mounts on the backside of the wheel. The 2011 has a sensor that is located in the valve stem.

BTW, welcome to the site!
 
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Old 11-09-2011, 01:39 AM
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Thanks! Are the band sensors from the '07 compaible with the '11? I'm thinking that I should save myself the headache and install the new valvestems. Sorry I don't want to sound like a dummy but the TPMS is new to me, the last new truck I bought was in 1995.....now I feel OLD!!
 
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Old 11-09-2011, 08:09 PM
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The old sensors are not compatible. Those band sensors are a big PITA
 
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I found this page which shows stock rim size but it only shows 2006 forward if that helps anyone

http://www.discountedwheelwarehouse...._Reference.cfm
 
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33x12.50 with minor rubbing but no way to tell 100 percent without looking at your truck

http://www.redrock4x4.com/tireconver...Name=Calculate

a great user friendly calculator
 

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Originally Posted by 20064x4 View Post
can i put beefy 35" on my stock rims?
sure you can
 
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I have a 2005 xlt screw 4x4, with stock 17 in. rims and no lift or level or nothing. Can I put 285/70-17's on them without any problems????
 
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Originally Posted by MookTastic View Post
I have a 2005 xlt screw 4x4, with stock 17 in. rims and no lift or level or nothing. Can I put 285/70-17's on them without any problems????
No problem at all. Zero rubbing. That's what I originally had.
 
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Old 05-30-2012, 08:50 PM
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Thanks jerrybizzle...Appreciate the help. Mine crappy bridgestones are starting to dry rot, so that finally made the wife convinced to let me get new ones. LOL!!! BF All Terrains here I come!!!
 
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Old 06-11-2012, 09:02 PM
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FX2 leveling...

fixin to level my wifes FX2, found a good tire size calulator so I have a vauge idea of what actual size the tire is.. thinkin of going with a 33 or 32in tire(265/70R18 or 275/65R18) any thoughts? she doesent want a "wish it was 4x4" look but she likes the height of my FX4 better... so will both of those fit ya think? and any insight with experience of which will look better?

Going to level my FX4 next, thinkin a 33/34 ish would work on it...

PS are the 6 F-150s ive owned the only ones that warp rotors like i have nothing else to do but take em to get machined every 6 months... ??
 

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