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My question is hopefully simple for you vehicle enthusiasts:
I have a 2002 F150 extended cab 2WD with the 4.2 Liter engine.
Currently I am running the stock 255/70R/16SL tires that is suggested by the manufacturer. I see a lot of wheel well space that is unoccupied and am looking for a tire that will fill up a little more of the wheel well to make it look a little better. I DO NOT want to have to change anything on the truck to accomodate any huge tires. Keep in mind that it is 2WD and the only time I go off road is to duck hunt and very seldom put myself in a situation that calls me to get on it to get through it. If I can't go, I don't. I am interested in a tire that will handle all terrain but yet one that I can get a lot of highway mileage out of and still look good on the truck. Not trying to go over 125.00 a tire. Any suggestions would surely help.
I am possibly looking at 265 or 275 and MAYBE a 75R if this is possible. What is your take on this?
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