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Old 01-11-2019, 05:54 AM
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Default 35x12.50x20 BFG A/Tís on 2015 F250

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Will these tires fit on my stock 20ís and not rub? Itís all stock 4x4 crew power stroke.... It also has the snowplow kit option, so it sits a little higher in the front. I have seen several around with them, but was wondering if anyone on here had direct experience with this? TIA
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Old 01-11-2019, 07:25 AM
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Mine's a 2017 F250 with a leveling kit and it has 35X12.50's on the stock wheels no clearance problems at any time. Even offroad.
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Old 01-11-2019, 08:19 AM
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Yes
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Old 01-11-2019, 09:05 AM
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It should work no problem.
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Old 01-11-2019, 09:28 AM
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What is the width of the stock wheels?
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Old 01-11-2019, 11:13 AM
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Originally Posted by mikefloyd View Post
Mine's a 2017 F250 with a leveling kit and it has 35X12.50's on the stock wheels no clearance problems at any time. Even offroad.
Key words. The 2017 sits a crap ton higher than all the previous year super duties

Anyway, Yes should be no problem. Not sure what would happen with the plow is hooked up if it squats the front end down or not. The OE tire size is almost a 35" tall tire already just narrow.
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Originally Posted by simeoncoleman View Post
Key words. The 2017 sits a crap ton higher than all the previous year super duties

Anyway, Yes should be no problem. Not sure what would happen with the plow is hooked up if it squats the front end down or not. The OE tire size is almost a 35" tall tire already just narrow.
The leveling kit is on there for appearance; hate the nose down look. The OEM tires are just over 34.5" and look like crap; mine were replaced before it had a dozen miles. Don't remember the width of the stock wheels (Platinum diesel wheels) but the 4WD place I use said they were fine for the 12.50's.
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I answered with a simple yes earlier. Like others said, factory tires are 34.5" tall. 99% of 35x12.5's are 34.5" tall and they will fit on factory rims just fine.
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Originally Posted by mikefloyd View Post
The leveling kit is on there for appearance; hate the nose down look. The OEM tires are just over 34.5" and look like crap; mine were replaced before it had a dozen miles. Don't remember the width of the stock wheels (Platinum diesel wheels) but the 4WD place I use said they were fine for the 12.50's.
I agree the nose down look is terrible. The new 250's though are big as hell compared to the 16 and under. With a leveling kit we are putting 37 x 12.50's all day long with not issues. also putting 35's on 12" wide wheels.
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Thanks guys!
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Old 01-13-2019, 07:44 PM
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FWIW. Every Superduty I buy goes to the truck shop for a level kit and wheels and tires 35 X 12.5 before I drive it or the 20" factory wheels are nice too. Clearance is a non issue. Can't imagine driving with the stock tires and no level kit. Especially the 250.
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