35x12.50 is sorta pushing the limits of the stock front components as it is. I'd hate to throw even more weight more outside the fender ontop of it. Eating wheel bearings, tie rod ends, balljoints.
If you run a 14" wide tire WITH wheel spacers and even on a 10" rim, good freakin' luck trying to turn, even if you are double lifted. You'll be pounding sheet metal at only a 1/2 turn of the wheel.....ON THE STREET.
Really....you're ultimate answer is wheel choice. Backspace/offset, width, tire width, etc. Hell I rub when i'm out wheeling and i'm double lifted on 35x12.50's. 35x12.50 aren't the max on a double lift because you certainly can fit bigger. But not very comfortably at all.
'01 XLT disguised as a '03 Fx4 Level II.
Last edited by Fx4wannabe01; 02-02-2010 at 12:37 AM.