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Snow tires for an 05 F-350???

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Big Dog D, Nov 19, 2005.

  1. Big Dog D

    Big Dog D PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,134

    Anybody out there have any luck with locating either a snow or all season tire for their F-350 yet?? I have looked at all of the Manufacturers web sites and none of them make a 275/70R18. My tire guy has been looking for a couple of days and hasn't had any luck finding anybody who makes them.
  2. echovalley

    echovalley Senior Member
    from CT
    Messages: 456

    tell me about it,those contracs stink.I got stuck on some hosta plants when i was working in a customers yard over the summer.I had to get out and lock the hubs to get out.I see bf has them but i think they are only Ds not E rated
  3. A couple things

    Check this tire and this site. There are some in 18" rims I don't know if they have the size you need or one that is close enough that will work. I DO know that nokian makes a great tire whether its the snow tire or not, they all work incredible in the snow, THE WILL PUT BFG ALL TERRAINS TO SHAME IN THE SNOW. ( i have run both) so check them out. The other option you may have is to buy a set of stock f 350 rims, (not the fancy 18" you have) and use those for winter!
  4. snow white

    snow white Member
    Messages: 59

    18 " f-350

    i have a king ranch 350,continental tires for a 50k truck ,not right..........bf goodrich at ko released one a bit ago in a 18 " i paid $300 canadian each...it is one # different i think......285-65-18??????????just get your bf dealer to search 18" they do make them......
  5. CTerrySGD

    CTerrySGD Member
    Messages: 64

    snow white...

    Does that tire size fit on the stock rims without and mods to the fenders?

    thanks... were you able to balance them out okay?