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Question who has the best 33 in tires?

i'm looking to put on 33 in tires. i was hoping to keep bfgoodrich but all they have is a 285/65/17 which is not that much different from the stock 265/70/17. anyone know a all terrain tire that are 33"?

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Check out some Nitto Terra Grapplers. I have had a set of 35's which I got 51000 miles out of, and now I have a set of 37's that I'm running. They are great tires and are more quiet than the factory tires. Good Luck!
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BFG also makes a 305-65-17 and a 315-70-17 in the all terrain
http://www.bfgoodrichtires.com/specs...t-a-ko/44.html

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In the Toyo Open Country AT, your choices are;

LT285/75R16 - 32.7"
LT295/75R16 - 33.3"
LT305/70R16 - 32.7"
LT285/70R17 - 32.7"
LT275/70R18 - 33.2"
LT325/60R18 - 33.6"
LT305/55R20 - 33.2"

I have this model tire and have been very happy with the ride. I am running a LT325/65R18 = 35" version on 18"x9.5" rims. I found the BFG AT to be a good tire, but didn't have the size I wanted at the time of purchase. These Toyos have a 50,000 mile wear warranty.

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pro comp

check out the pro comp at's, had a set on my '95 bronco that went for 80k.
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I also have Pro Comp's, but I have the Extreme AT's. They are a great tire. I am not sure if they make 'em in 33's though. You would have to check their website. They are also a very quiet tire for such an aggressive tread design.

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Check out some Nitto Terra Grapplers. I have had a set of 35's which I got 51000 miles out of, and now I have a set of 37's that I'm running. They are great tires and are more quiet than the factory tires. Good Luck!
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