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or vice versa. My neighbor has a 37 package, and I have brand new 23 35 package. We have identical spare tire dimensions and the same width shocks.
Also curious. I don’t have calipers handy or I’d go measure my ‘23 35 packThe shaft is the same diameter?
The factory BFG tires (35 or 37) are specifically made for these trucks and are load range C. You can buy the oem load range C tires (available through most tire shops). They also sell the same tires in load range D (slightly stiffer side wall). The weight difference, though, I’m not sure on.I don’t think the factory Bfg is the same as a bfg you would get at a tire place. It’s probably a lot lighter. Ive heard that when a tire company has a contract with Ford or whoever, they make the the tires to certain specs from the manufacturer, it’s usually lighter and softer, for a better ride, and probably cheaper to make. So any tire you buy will probably be heavier than factory, even if you replace with the same size bfg. I could be wrong though. Has anyone ever weighed the stock tires? Curious to see if the specs are the same as the bfg sold to the public.
I wonder if you got the lucky end of manufacturing constraints or if there’s more out here like this. Is there any way at a glance for me to go look at my truck to tell if mine is the same?
Can you post pictures of your front and rear shocks?