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Old 12-15-2013, 03:05 PM
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Wondering if anybody has pics of a 2011+ with 33in mud tires. Only reason i ask is because i have a set of 33/12.50r20 nitto mud grapplers that have been sitting in my garage now for about 5 months. I had them on my old ram 1500 and only got to put 3k miles on them before i sold the truck. I got the money right now for some wheels but not the lift and 35s. Let me know what you guys think, or if you have pics id like to see them.
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Correct me if I'm wrong but the Michelin tires that are stock on our 20's are bigger than 33" tall.
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Correct me if I'm wrong but the Michelin tires that are stock on our 20's are bigger than 33" tall.
On 20s yes, there like 34 or something. I have 18in michelins on mine that measure out to be 33.2 x 10.8. I know there the same height but mud tires always have a different look than street tires even in the same size.
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Personally I think 33s are to small, but if you go wide enough they look Ok...like a 33x13.50 that can work, others I would sell them and buy some 35s
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Personally I think 33s are to small, but if you go wide enough they look Ok...like a 33x13.50 that can work, others I would sell them and buy some 35s
I think there too small too. But i think im going to get a set of 20s, something kinda wide and run them for the next couple months because the truck will be lifted on 35s no later than spring. Also found out this past weekend that these michelins are worse than mud grapplers in snow, had two close calls yesterday
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Wondering if anybody has pics of a 2011+ with 33in mud tires. Only reason i ask is because i have a set of 33/12.50r20 nitto mud grapplers that have been sitting in my garage now for about 5 months. I had them on my old ram 1500 and only got to put 3k miles on them before i sold the truck. I got the money right now for some wheels but not the lift and 35s. Let me know what you guys think, or if you have pics id like to see them.
Attached in mine with 33x12.5-20

33s on a 2011-dsc04604.jpg
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What kind of tires are those. They look pretty good on the stock 18's.

I actually don't mind the stock 18's but it seems like everyone on here has no less than a 20x9 rim.

Also digging the cab lights too!
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What kind of tires are those. They look pretty good on the stock 18's.

I actually don't mind the stock 18's but it seems like everyone on here has no less than a 20x9 rim.

Also digging the cab lights too!
sorry for getting back to you so late. But they are toyo at2 extreme 325 65 18
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