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Old 03-02-2014, 05:50 AM   #41
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Who all else runs 33's? I run 33's with a 2.5 inch lift with blocks and working on getting full 3" bilstein lift with AAL.

well i have 285 which are 32.75 or something, I had to go with the full 3" lift because with just the 5100s and eibachs I rubbed like crazy. Now with just the taco lean 1/2 and 1/4 spacer I have none
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Old 03-04-2014, 05:21 AM   #42
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Yeah that prob true. No love spell. Just traded it in. Lol

it was a c250 sorry, what ever the 4cyl is.
hehe ok then, the 4 cyl. sounds about right.

I agree with you though... when I rip it, my lil 4 banger will go pretty good.
What did you trade it in for??
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31x10.5 96 4x4 no lift, no rub so far
I dig your truck!!! How much does it weigh? Mine is fat and needs a diet 3,700 lbs
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I run 265/75-16's on my 00 prerunner w/ factory 4.56 gears......still has plenty of get up and go considering they are bigger than the 245s that the door sticker says it came with

I ran those on stock suspension with no rubbing anywhere (just recently added bilstein 5100s up front and new rear leaf springs for about 2" of lift)
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265/75/r16
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Old 03-10-2014, 10:46 AM   #46
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hehe ok then, the 4 cyl. sounds about right.

I agree with you though... when I rip it, my lil 4 banger will go pretty good.
What did you trade it in for??
got a 14 silverado, need an automatic and their new V6 has enough power for a crewcab and good mpgs.
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Just bought mine yesterday. It has 31 10.5 15's on it.
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I'm running 265/75R16 which basically are 31"x10.5" with stock 3.90 gears and a manual. If I do ever lift it, I'll run 33" tires and up the gears to 4.10, maybe 4.56.
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265/75/16 with a lift on but they fit on my stock suspension too
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I dig your truck!!! How much does it weigh? Mine is fat and needs a diet 3,700 lbs
Thanks. I'm not sure on the weight, it's factory + the winch + probably 40lbs for the tires. I've never had it on a scale.

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Got them on! Cooper Discoverer ST Maxx 265/75/16

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Lookin' good! Any clearance issues?
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Lookin' good! Any clearance issues?
nope. pretty happy with it
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33X10.50, 3" Allpro springs in the rear, and IVD coilovers in the front with 2" of lift in them. After much trial/error, this is the combo that allows me to run that tire size without any issues.

I could also a 33X12.50 but I like the pizza cutters better - plus they are cheaper
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Just put these 265/75/16's on mine.

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Just to add so far i love my cooper tires. Dont really notice a power loss besides on the interstate. Happy with them
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I have some 265/75/16's right now and I want to put a 2" lift. Do yall think it'll look funny? Cause that's the last thing I want. Think it'll look alright?
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I have some 265/75/16's right now and I want to put a 2" lift. Do yall think it'll look funny? Cause that's the last thing I want. Think it'll look alright?
I think it would look good. I have 2.5 leveling kit on my truck but kinda wanna get bilstein 5100 all the way around
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