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post #1 of 12 Old 11-01-2012, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
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2005 Super Duty Lift and Tires

Does anyone have pictures of a 2005 with 4'' lift and 33'' tires? Would this be a bad combination?
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If your going to do a 4" lift I'd think you would want to at least get 35's for tires. I got a 4 inch lift on my 06 and almost think 37's would have looked better but didn't want to deal with things wearing out faster or having more rubber to turn. I think 33's would look way too small on that big of a rig.
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Does anyone have pictures of a 2005 with 4'' lift and 33'' tires? Would this be a bad combination?
Your truck looks like it has the factory 20" wheels in your avatar, if so the stock size wheels that come on those are like 34.5" I def wouldn't get under 35" I have a 4" lift on my 08 and still have the 275/65/20 tires. In a couple of weeks I'm going to order new wheels and tires and I'm going with a 325/60/20.



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Thats what I was thinking but didnt know. I was looking into getting a lift soon but my 33's are not very old. maybe I should just wait until I run them down, then get 35's and a lift.
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They are 20'' but not factory. Im running 305/50/20. so if im thinking right they're a hair over 33''
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If you had 33 on a wider wheel it might not look to bad but the factory wheels are like wagon wheels once you put a lift on.



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They are 10'' wheels. I also have a leveling kit
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well in that case it probably wouldn't look to bad.



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I have a leveling kit with 35's. I couldn't imagine 33's. 33's would be too small on my truck, they would for sure be too small for yours.
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Ovfinest22- What kind of tires do you have as your stock 33s? I need some new rubber for my 20" wheels and other expenses are keeping me from purchasing brand new tires. Sell your tires to me and get some 35s!

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