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post up some 33s on lariat wheel pictures

well guys I need some new tires and I am debating on whether or not to put 33 inch mud terrains on my stock lariat wheels or buy new wheels also. If anyone has pictures of 33s on the stock lariat wheels can you post some pics?
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I don't recommend that,I have 285's on my Lariat wheels that are only 7 inch wide-check door sticker if original rims to check on yours.
The only reason I have them is they were free from someone who was getting their truck repo'd and were brand new.
But I won't haul any weight because they are so sucked in @ rim they look like they could roll right off bead!
I have a new set of rims on the way!I'm not taking any chances.
I've seen bad things happen like this before-won't go into it
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I don't recommend that,I have 285's on my Lariat wheels that are only 7 inch wide-check door sticker if original rims to check on yours.
The only reason I have them is they were free from someone who was getting their truck repo'd and were brand new.
But I won't haul any weight because they are so sucked in @ rim they look like they could roll right off bead!
I have a new set of rims on the way!I'm not taking any chances.
I've seen bad things happen like this before-won't go into it
i disagree i've seen a ton of trucks with 285' and bigger on stock rims with no problems

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ive had people tell me 33x12.50x16 will be fine on the stock rims, and I have had other people tell me that it wont work. either way keep the pics comin

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i disagree i've seen a ton of trucks with 285' and bigger on stock rims with no problems
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ive had people tell me 33x12.50x16 will be fine on the stock rims, and I have had other people tell me that it wont work. either way keep the pics comin
Both of you are right-they will fit with enough force when mounting,but ease of fit depends on E or D load rating-but if mounted on 7" rim,both sides are pulled in approx. 2.50" on each side of rim allowing sidewall sway.
Normal driving probably won't have any affect-but in an emergency brake lock up going sideways,the tire can roll right off the rim causing roll over-just don't want anybody to get hurt-that's all,can't put a price on life
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look into some 295s. They are a little taller and not as wide as a 12.50. They look sweet. Interco makes the M16 in that size

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