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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-16-2008, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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Heys guys, i'm new here... drive a 2004 superduty and have a question...

I'm looking at upgrading my rims and rubber, looks like i'm driving on pizza cutters at the moment.

Anyways heres my question... I haven't lifted her yet, and not in the means of doing so at this time, so i was wondering if any of you knew what size rim and rubber i could fit in her stock?

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If you are looking for some great rims, I know Blackstock has some brand new HD superduty rims, I don't know if they are the same bolt pattern but you may want to PM Father Patrick on this



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A 285/75/16 fits quite nicely on the stock wheels if your stock size is a 16". That's what I had before the leveling kit. Matter of fact that is what I still have.

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I had the same size as listed above, really cant go much bigger with out cutouts.

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I have the same as above too on the F250, 285's look good on stock trucks with no rubbing at all and they don't look stuffed in there on a Super Duty


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I went to a 285/70 r18 on my 99f-250 sd with no problems,some guys out here running up to a 305/65r18 with just a spacer block on front.


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I am running 35x12.50r18;s on the stock rim no lift

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I am running 35x12.50r18;s on the stock rim no lift
You have a bit more room, the coils have a little more height then the 04 down with the leafs up front


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Thats what I figured but thought I would throw my 2 cents in there

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I am running 35x12.50r18;s on the stock rim no lift
WTF I was told by Ford I need 4" lift to clear the 35's without cutouts, did the diesels come with different suspensions then the 5.4L Super Duty's mine is an 06. Do you ever get any rubbing when the truck is flexing while moving, going over curbs or into washouts.....

I already have a Level Kit and 4in blocks on the back of the 250


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