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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys. Im not sure if there already was a discussion about this but i ill post a new one. I have a 2011 f350 and was looking to get new tires. I was thinking of going with 35s because i hear 37s will rub. I had cooper discoverer AT3s on my old truck and loved them but i thought i wouldcheck out what everyone else is running. I use my truck mostly on the street so i want something that doesn't make too much road noise and will give me good traction both on road for some fun around town and off road or in the snow. I was also hoping to get something that i wouldn't need to replace in a year. Im stock suspension right now but looking to get a lift in about a year or so. Any suggestions would be very helpful thanks guys.
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I was thinking of going with 35s because i hear 37s will rub... Im stock suspension right now
Are you on stock wheels or aftermarket? If you're on stock wheels the 35's will rub also at full lock

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