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which is better 33x10.5 or 32x11.5 for 4cyl with 4.30 gears?

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Old 06-19-2010, 11:14 PM   #1
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which is better 33x10.5 or 32x11.5 for 4cyl with 4.30 gears?

just wondering which would be better for my gearing and lack of power with my 4 banger haha. i looked up my numbers and i def have atleast 4.30 gears and when it says i'm going 65 i'm really going like 60.5 and i currently run 265/70 r16 and i want to upgrade but i don't know which of these would be better for me since they both weigh exactly the same in bfg At
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Old 06-20-2010, 09:36 AM   #4
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I would stick with 32's with that gearing.
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32s are probably best but it is a wider tire... You still could run 33s with 4.30. It just may be slightly underpowered at Interstate speeds.

I had 31s and 3.58s and it was way underpowered - I had it like that for 9 years. The only time it sucked was on the interstate. Had to shift down to 4th to pass alot. 4.30s and 33s won't be that bad unless you like to haul ass on the interstate and pass alot of people. Again, it should only be slight...

If it were me I would go with 33x10.50s
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Yes. I just put an OME lift on mine - about 2.5 inchs.

I might have slight rubbing at full compression and turning the wheelvbut doing the "pinchweld mod" will take care of it.

I wish BFG made 34x10.50s or 34x11.50s. You could make those fit as well.

I was surprised how much room 33x10.50s have...def could fit bigger with some mild trimming.
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