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Spotlight – 2013 Ford F150 with 8.5″ lift, 20×12’s and 35’s



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Kirk’s 2013 Ford F-150 FX4:

Black Fuel Hostage 20×12 -44 with Nitto Trail Grappler 35×12.50R20LT

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Do 20×12 -44 wheels with 35″x12.5″ tires fit on a 2013 Ford F-150 4WD McGaughys Suspension Lift 8″?

Yes it does! This 2013 Ford F-150 4WD is running Fuel Hostage 20×12 -44 wheels Nitto Trail Grappler 35″x12.5″ tires with McGaughys Suspension Lift 8″ suspension, needs Minor metal trimming and has Slight rub at full turn. As you can see from the pics this wheel and tire combo can be done!** With this year/make/model, the stance is Super Aggressive 3″-5″. Also remember spacers impact fitment, this ride is running 2″ in front and 2″ in rear.

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  1. I own a 2013 Ford F 150. I need to get new tires but don't want to get the same standard tire that normally goes with the truck. I don't want to raise the truck but I do want a bigger tire or a tire that has better road grip/weather resistance? Any suggestions or advice.

  2. I have a 6 in rough country lift kit on my f150 with 20×12 -44 fuel hostages with 35×12.5 nitto mt's and I have slight rubbing. I bought the 6 in struts option with my lift. So could I stack a 2 in rough country leveling kit on top, will I have any problems?

  3. Did Kirk use the pre runner pro comp arms? I ordered the same to go the same adding a level in top and my pro comp arms are shorter than my stock ones

  4. Ive got a 2013 F150 XLT with a 6" RC lift already with 20×12 -44 Moto Metals on 35s. Can I add the RC 2" leveling kit with the N2.0 shocks with no issues with the CV angles?

  5. This truck does not look 8 1/2 inches lifted. My buddy has an 8 inch lifted 6.0 with 37s on it and he’s 6’3” and his chin just barely can go over the bed of the truck

  6. How do you keep the upper control arm from hitting the strut?? I have the same suspension and I install the 6” lifted struts and 2” spacer and the pro Comp upper arms and keeps hitting the strut

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