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Old 07-07-2009, 07:43 PM   #1
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Can 33x13.50 15s fit on a toyota pickup?

Hi i found some of these tires for $100 for the set and i bought them and they installed them but they didnt fit the fronts rubed but backs where fine so i was wondering if i could get some dif 15" rims that are deeper then my stocks so the tires will set out more and not rub.
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Old 07-07-2009, 07:51 PM   #2
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yeah...you can get wheels with a different offset..or you can buy wheel spacers for the front. check out wheelersoffroad.com...they have some wheels that will work......look at their type-b wheels.
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So i would need 15x8 or 15x10? and on the spacers how many can u use at once like could u use 2 or only 1 on each side?
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Holy cow... You can clear 33's?! How much rub are we talking here? Just on the inside or on the inner fender too. I have a 98 and I clear 31's with the drivers side front rubbing the inner fender. And to answer the question, you could double up on the spacer but your better off just to get whatever size you need and just run one. They make em in pretty much any size.
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I bought some 10" rims at a slavage yard and they dont rub a bit the turck has a 6" body lift so it has plenty up and down space.
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Ahhh... I see. I never heard the body lift part. Yeah still you're gonna need some offset to get those 13.50's to clear the spindles.
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