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Old 06-20-2011, 08:54 PM   #1
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33's HELP!

I recently purchased a 6 inch pro-comp stage 2 lift, and also pro-comp 7032 wheels 18x9 for my 010 sport... I want 33's put on but dont know which ones. Ill be doing a little off road this summer, and also commute to work. Dont want any road noise as well. I know am going to spend more then $1000.00 but just want some feedback much appreciate!
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you want 33 foot tall tires? that is not going to work at all. lol. or do you mean 33"s? i personally like the Nitto terra/trail grapplers.
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Old 06-20-2011, 08:59 PM   #5
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A/T or M/T's ???
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if you want least amount of trimming id say go for 255/85 16s they are taller than 285/75 16s not as big of a selection but are a good size. i plan on running them when i regear
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I mean 33"s .. I was looking into getting the trail Grapplers but the shop thats doing the install said that it would rub.. And that he wanted me to buy his pro-comp mts, but I had a buddy who had these tires and said it was to loud... So am scartching my head because I want the truck lifted!!
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you want 33 foot tall tires? that is not going to work at all. lol. or do you mean 33"s? i personally like the Nitto terra/trail grapplers.
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I just bought 18's pro-comp 7032 not turning back now.. lol
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if you want least amount of trimming id say go for 255/85 16s they are taller than 285/75 16s not as big of a selection but are a good size. i plan on running them when i regear
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I just bought 18's pro-comp 7032 not turning back now.. lol
lol dont know why i thought you said 16s
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I mean 33"s .. I was looking into getting the trail Grapplers but the shop thats doing the install said that it would rub.. And that he wanted me to buy his pro-comp mts, but I had a buddy who had these tires and said it was to loud... So am scartching my head because I want the truck lifted!!
yeah. you want M/t's? from what i know if you'r not doing allot of mud MT's (that is what MT stand for mud terrain right?) and from what i know mt's are going to be loader than a general trail tire. but hey this is my first truck and it will be the first time i have ever put tires like that on a truck.
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Old 06-20-2011, 09:12 PM   #12
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I recently purchased a 6 inch pro-comp stage 2 lift, and also pro-comp 7032 wheels 18x9 for my 010 sport... I want 33's put on but dont know which ones. Ill be doing a little off road this summer, and also commute to work. Dont want any road noise as well. I know am going to spend more then $1000.00 but just want some feedback much appreciate!
how much and what type of offroading? by what youve provided i would suggest a solid a/t or maybe something inbetween if youre going for looks
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duratracs are good. wrangler MTRs are really good.
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Thinking of doing some trails this summer not to hardcore, but not afraid to do some damage.. Price, by the research ive been doing (MT's) more then $1000.00. I am also going for looks as wel,l the aggresive look.
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how much and what type of offroading? by what youve provided i would suggest a solid a/t or maybe something inbetween if youre going for looks
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Am afraid it might rub, or I think they will rub and I dnt want to start trimming..
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Get 35" nitto terra graplers. 33's might look a little small with your 6" lift and 18" rims
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Yeah, 35" on a 6" lift
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Old 06-20-2011, 09:28 PM   #18
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Am afraid it might rub, or I think they will rub and I dnt want to start trimming..
Don't be scared Homie
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Hmmmm lot to think about now.. 33"s or 35"s.. Anyone know about Trxus MT's?
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Haha yea just wanna do it right..
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