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Old 03-17-2015, 07:32 PM   #1
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325s, how did he fit these ?

I saw this truck a couple of weeks ago with 325s and couldn't figure out how in the world he fit them. Cab mounts were not altered and fenders had very minor trimming. I'm running 285s with a 3" front lift and it's still very critical on wheel spacing for fitment. I must be missing something, here. Can someone clue me in ?
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Old 03-17-2015, 07:33 PM   #2
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I don't know why that rotated...

325s, how did he fit these ?-uploadfromtaptalk1426646001255.jpg

The truck looked absolutely incredible, but I have to think he's going to lose his fenders as soon as he hits a bump or turns the wheel... No ?
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Old 03-17-2015, 07:41 PM   #4
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his turning radius must suck.....and his gas mileage.
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I'm loving the space between the sidewall of the tire and the UCA myself, pretty impressive!
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his turning radius must suck.....and his gas mileage.
I'm sure it does... So does mine with 285s... But I didn't buy a truck for gas mileage.

I just can't figure out how it even works...
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Old 03-17-2015, 09:13 PM   #8
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I'm sure it does... So does mine with 285s... But I didn't buy a truck for gas mileage.

I just can't figure out how it even works...
it works.....if you only want to go straight and maybe make some turns that dont lock the wheel. pavement only, any flex will rip off his flares and bash the cab mount.
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Maybe there isn't any magic pixy dust, after all. Was hoping you guys would spot something that I'm missing.
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If those are 325/60r18 I had the exact same tires on an 04 f150 on 18x8.5" wheels. They measured out 33 x 13.00. I wouldnt think the height would be a problem... It would be the width... I guess with the right backspacing and offset it is possible. I'd like to see wheel specs.
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