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no nthey will rub, but with a 2.5" leveling kit and f-350 rear blocks they will fit fine, you could also use 5" rear blocks from readylift. thats what i did to mine, gives it a little bit of rake to the front so it levels out when loaded
 

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Not recommended on that skinny of a rim...
 

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thanks for advise. My friend has 315/75/16 on his stock F250 and the y fit fine but dont know if they scrub or not
 

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They shouldn't rub, but he's going to wear out the center of those tires FAST
 

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A 315/75/16 will rub on a stock F250. Unless you trim the front.

I am running them with a 2.5" leveling kit and a 3" block and they still almost rub the front bumper because i have not trimmed it.

Also i would not run them on a stock wheel because the side walls will be really week and could roll.
 
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We've got a 4" lift on our excursion and the air dam had to be trimmed.
 

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i run 305/70/16 mastercraft courser cts on my stock rims. i do have a leveling kit on it though. however, they greatly improve the overall stance of the truck. I have 50,000 miles on them so far, and i plan to get another 5-10,000. they are starting to cup on the edges.
 
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