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Re-tireing a F350

Getting close to replacing my Goodyear Wranglers, 275/75R18 with a new set of tires, I'm looking at a set of Toyo Open Country A/T 285/75R18 these tires are a little taller than my Goodyears, my F-350 is a SRW FX4x4 Crew Cab stock suspension it looks like I shouldn't have any problems with these taller tires, but looks can be decieving, any advice will be welcomed, I do occasional pull a travel trailer but the camper doesn't change my bumper height much maybe 2 inches at max.
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I 2005 FX4- I went with the 285-75-17 Nitto Grabber- they have woorked great no problem- now have 15,000 rotate 5000 miles no wear. look great- look into them
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Getting close to replacing my Goodyear Wranglers, 275/75R18 with a new set of tires, I'm looking at a set of Toyo Open Country A/T 285/75R18 these tires are a little taller than my Goodyears, my F-350 is a SRW FX4x4 Crew Cab stock suspension it looks like I shouldn't have any problems with these taller tires, but looks can be decieving, any advice will be welcomed, I do occasional pull a travel trailer but the camper doesn't change my bumper height much maybe 2 inches at max.
Any info on these Toyo Tires welcomed.
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If you stick with stock offset wheels they should fit fine. You can get into trouble with more negative offset; when it sticks out further it moves forward and back more when turning and you can have bumper and fender clearance issues.

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