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Old 03-03-2011, 09:50 PM
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Default Stock size BFG AT

I've been seeing all these 31" and bigger sizes BFG AT, does anyone own these in stock size (235 75 15) I'd like to see them if anyone has them and would they fit a stock size rim (2010) ?
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Old 03-03-2011, 10:03 PM
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yeah they will fit
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Old 03-03-2011, 10:07 PM
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they would be small tho. but would def fit
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Old 03-03-2011, 10:16 PM
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Don't get them in a 235. I have the 06 version of ur truck and mine came factory with 255s. The 235 bullshit is what ford done to meet gas mileage regulations. That is why ur truck will also sit lower than mine.

Just put a 31 on there. They will fit fine. That is what I run
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Old 03-06-2011, 10:14 PM
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Don't get them in a 235. I have the 06 version of ur truck and mine came factory with 255s. The 235 bullshit is what ford done to meet gas mileage regulations. That is why ur truck will also sit lower than mine.

Just put a 31 on there. They will fit fine. That is what I run
Id put 31s on there for sure but Im scared of hurting the tranny or something and voiding the warranty. The more I think about the more Im thinking of putting 31s. Would I need to crank the t bars or will it be fine just like that
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Old 03-06-2011, 10:32 PM
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I run 235's on plow rig. They seem to be fine. I have an STX tho, dont know if they sat higher than other trucks. But I have a functionality issue with plowing and really cant run larger tires, for one, I like the bottom end torque now that I changed gears and for two, the larger height of a bigger tire would put the plow at a steeper angle.

But, if you want 235's than go with it. They are no different in function as my 265's or even the 32's I had on my lifted ranger.

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Maybe a 30x9.50 would be a good size, little bigger than stock, but not to big
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Old 03-06-2011, 11:23 PM
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Id put 31s on there for sure but Im scared of hurting the tranny or something and voiding the warranty. The more I think about the more Im thinking of putting 31s. Would I need to crank the t bars or will it be fine just like that
I doubt you would hav to turn up your T-bars but i would just in case. the 31's just look better to me. but its your truck.
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Old 03-07-2011, 06:20 AM
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You won't hurt the tranny any, I have had 265/75R16's on the truck for the first 100,000 and now 31x10.5x15's on it for the second 100,000 and have had no trans issues. Its the orignal drive train in my and I still beat on it like the day I bought it. As for the t-bars, you shouldn't have to crank them and if you do it would only be a little bit. And as for gas milage I've been doing the math over the past few weeks and I'm still getting between 16 and 18 mpg and almost 300 miles out of a tank.
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Old 03-07-2011, 09:27 AM
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You won't hurt the tranny any, I have had 265/75R16's on the truck for the first 100,000 and now 31x10.5x15's on it for the second 100,000 and have had no trans issues. Its the orignal drive train in my and I still beat on it like the day I bought it. As for the t-bars, you shouldn't have to crank them and if you do it would only be a little bit. And as for gas milage I've been doing the math over the past few weeks and I'm still getting between 16 and 18 mpg and almost 300 miles out of a tank.
thats really good to hear, ive heard that people who do mostly highway driving (like me) might actually NOT hurt the mpg and possibly get better mpg

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since it has less rotations on the axle its the stop and go w big tires that hurt ur mpg
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Old 03-22-2011, 07:33 PM
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235/75R15
no suspensions mods just helper springs in the rear to level out the truck
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