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  1. C0bra_M3nace

    C0bra_M3nace Cobra Fanatic Established Member

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    Thank you! I will be ordering on Friday
     
  2. Discount Tire

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    Awesome to hear! Shoot us a PM if you need any assistance placing the order :cool:
     
  3. Saleen_1977

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    What brands and types of tires do you have for 24inch wheels, All-terrain, and fits on 12 inch wide wheels on a leveled 18 F-250? no more than 35 inch tire and no stretching.
     
  4. Discount Tire

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    Thank you for reaching out, Saleen_1977.

    Sadly, there is no tire offering that meets your criteria and that is properly load rated for your 18 F-250.

    The closest would be the Atturo Trail Blade in 325/45R-24, however, this tire only comes with a 120 load index and depending on your model truck, a 123 load index would be the minimum required.

    315/50R-24 would be the next option, though, this size is over 36-inches in rolling diameter.
     
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  5. Saleen_1977

    Saleen_1977 Member Established Member

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    I have a Platinum. Can I squeeze a 36 inch with some cutting?
     
  6. Discount Tire

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    Fenderwell modifications are going to be needed, even with a tire up to 35-inches. This is due to the aggressive width and offset of the wheel.

    If you want to put the largest tire you can on there, you typically want to keep your wheels and tires in the deepest part of your fenders. Think of your fenders as bowl-shaped, if you go with a wide wheel with low offset the assembly will be pushed out and centered in a shallower location of your fender. This will restrict how tall of a tire you can go. Keeping them tucked with a higher offset will center them in a deeper part of your fenders. This will allow you to go with a taller tire but may restrict how wide of a tire you can go.
     
  7. Fabian_sn95

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    Hows it going, I just got my hands on some 18x9 an 18x10 wheels. Was wondering what 305 tires do you guys have that i can use for my rears? Nothing to crazy that is. Thanks
     
  8. Discount Tire

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    Thank you for the opportunity to help! I just sent you a PM.
     

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