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New member 2004 Expy Eddie Bauer 4x4

Discussion in 'Member Photos' started by Donald Bell, Feb 18, 2020.

  1. Donald Bell

    Donald Bell New Member

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    Feb 18, 2020
    Dayton, OH
    Can I run 275 70 18s with 18x9 rims with stock suspension? I have a 2.5 inch lift for the front that I plan on putting in when I get my new front end shocks and springs done but I'd figure I'd have my wheels before then and I'd like to out them on! I've done plenty of upgrades on it. Just to name a few BIG BLÙ has a touch screen double din radio that IS Bluetooth/phone capable as well as a back up camera. Rockers have been replaced and back hatch repainted, new after market head/tail lights, swapped mirror turn signals (clear tinted ones they put on the Navigator the top pic is a slightly older pic I will post new pics tomorrow as well) and 2018 F-150 takeoff wheels w/ black wheels skin snap on hubs ! Theres plenty more but I will stop. I want her to sit up and not have the Ford lean where the butt sits higher that's why I have to 2.5 front end lift kit and I want to run thicker tires and a slightly bigger rims! Any help would help! 20191023_090043.jpg IMG_20191005_100453.jpg IMG_20191009_081757.jpg IMG_20191005_100514.jpg IMG_20191005_100502.jpg
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  2. Noitidepxe

    Noitidepxe Member

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    Feb 16, 2020
    New Jersey
    I'd suggest you visit some of the online tire 'stores' and do some reading about tire tech. I'm doing that right now trying to decide on new shoes for my new, to me, '04 Eddie Bauer 2x4.

    They usually have calculators for + sizing tires/wheels.

    I just found the site linked below this evening with a Google search. I've never seen the site before but, assuming the tools are accurate, there's a lot of information to be had here.


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