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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-20-2007, 08:08 PM Thread Starter
 
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will these fit on my truck ?

33x12.50x17 already have rims that will fit...... wondering if the tires will rub
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If its a 4x4 they'll fit just fine. I'm not sure about a 2wd though.
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they will rub on tight turns but if you get the leveling kit they will not. I run the same size tires but on 16.5 rim and it rubs my plastic parts in the wheel well
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4x4 no problem a friend of mine has 35's on his and it stock with no rub and a bit of breathin room but on the other hand if its 2x4 i belive only 31's will fit well
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I have a 6" suspension lift and my 35's will almost rub in a hard corner at a dead stop. I would say don't go any bigger than a 33' with a stock truck. And not a really agressive tire either.

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:iagree my 33's will run on hard left and hard right turns with stock lift. but when you add the leveling kit upfront it cures the problem
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I was told that a 33 would be fine with a stock lift if you didn't have crazy wheel offsets. I put a 2'' leveling kit on my 01' to be on the safe side and have plenty of clearence befor I put 285's on,however, I didn't think any thing of the I leveling kit (and alot of my buddys have them no problem) but I got lucky enough to get a horrible wobble in the front end , people call the "death wobble", I ended up buying an up graded tracking bar from DT performence. Just be carfull with the leveling kit !! (not to change your thread or nothing, just wish i would have done more home work befor putting that one mine ) good luck! -Ethan
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33x12.50x17 already have rims that will fit...... wondering if the tires will rub
I ran 325/65/18's with out a leveling kit on stock lift...
UIm running right now 33x12.50 16.5's:shrug:

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I have a 6" suspension lift and my 35's will almost rub in a hard corner at a dead stop. I would say don't go any bigger than a 33' with a stock truck. And not a really agressive tire either.
Procomp extretme terrains arent aggressive... I got a pic some where.. of the finished product...:Thumbup:


My truck on 325's.. (procomp 18x10 rim..) then my truck on 16.5's on 33x12.50's hope that helped you.. Ohh then my bald *** procomp extremeterrains they burned up sooo easily!
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on my 01 with 33 12.5 16.5 when I turn hard either way it rubbs the plastic innerfender and with the stock rims and 305/75/16 does the same thing
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