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stock 06 f-350 what size tires

hey everyone I was wandering I have a stock 06 f-350 cc 4x4 and was wandering what size of tires i can fit without putting on a leveling kit or anything. I don't have the time right now to get one or put one on but I need new tires and don't want the factory size. i want to go alittle bigger and definately wider. So I have the stock 18" rims that i will be using for now too. What size tire would give me alittle meaner stance. I am looking at the toyo M/T's. thanks everyone
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I'm in the same boat as you. Toyo and Good year make the 275/70/18, same size but much more agressive treads. BFG,s are making some different sizes too but are a little pricey. Nitto Terra Grapplers make some bigger sizes but have heard some good things but a lot of bad. noisy and wear fast.Thats about all I know, so if you find anything new let me know.:Thumbup:

Also could go with a 17" rim, theres a lot more options, I'm still throwing that idea around.

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You can go 33 stock, and with a leveling kit you can go 35 with rubbing while turning and flexing at the same time. I had the Pro-Comp AT 33's Stock, and I now have the Pro-Comp Xtreme AT 35's. That is all on the stock rims. THey are both 12.5 wide tires.

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ok so I am looking at the toyo M/T's and they have a size 33x12.50x18 would those look fairly good a beefy for the time being? I just don't have the time and money right now to get the leveling kit and 35's and I need tires.

What diameter is the stock 18" tires?
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ok so I am looking at the toyo M/T's and they have a size 33x12.50x18 would those look fairly good a beefy for the time being? I just don't have the time and money right now to get the leveling kit and 35's and I need tires.

What diameter is the stock 18" tires?
I'm pretty sure they are 33". I think they would look real good, where u looking at those at?

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