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Old 04-09-2010, 01:22 PM   #1
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Lets see if we can beat that horse one more time....

sorry to beat a dead horse, but Im planning on putting on an OME 3" lift and keeping my 16" stock rims.I am currently running 265/70r16's and I was looking at the BFG A/T KO but want to know if I can run a larger tire? (33's?) Any suggestions. Im not a huge offroader, Kansas is flatter 'n hell, but Id like to have the confidence to when the time comes that I need to. Thanks fellas.
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sorry to beat a dead horse, but Im planning on putting on an OME 3" lift and keeping my 16" stock rims.I am currently running 265/70r16's and I was looking at the BFG A/T KO but want to know if I can run a larger tire? (33's?) Any suggestions. Im not a huge offroader, Kansas is flatter 'n hell, but Id like to have the confidence to when the time comes that I need to. Thanks fellas.
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The largest tire you can run is a 265/75/16 with stock wheels or else you'll need wheel spacers to run the 285s...you'll need new UCAs too
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