Re: F-150 Questions - Lift and Rims/Tires
If you lift it, I'd stick with 33" tires to keep proportions in check. However, performance will degrade some with the additional rolling mass unless you upgrade the gears to a 4.56 ratio if you're currently at 3.73.
Be cautious when tire shopping unless you already have a set you plan to use. They're all calculated differently based on manufacturer specs. A 33" tire may only be 32.5" tall, whereas another brand 33" tire may be 33.4" tall. Same goes for 32" tires, etc.
I wouldn't go wider than 10" or you'll have to trim the fender liners so the tires don't rub at full lock. You'll be fine with the stock 30" size in this case.
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