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post #1 of 21 Old 04-10-2008, 06:59 AM Thread Starter
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Largest tires with cutouts?

Check out my current setup in my sig...if I add bushwacker cutouts what is the largest tire I can fit? I currently have 35x12.50x20 Toyo M/T's

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Depends on how much you cut out??? But some 38s would look nice under there

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Depends on how much you cut out??? But some 38s would look nice under there
I'm not too familiar with how much they cut out with the bushwacker setup, but I agree that 38's would be sweet! Thanks for the help



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BTW thats the nicest lookin 2wd i have ever seen.... Looks great the way it is!!!

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BTW thats the nicest lookin 2wd i have ever seen.... Looks great the way it is!!!
Thank you sir! It's just to have others tell me that...maybe my next PSD will be a 4x4 Hopefully I can get slightly larger tires without a lot of rubbing

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Tank has 41's stuffed under his 4.5" lift with cutouts, so with a 6" an cutouts, i's say at least the same if not a 42 or 44

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If it were me... I'd leave it the way it is and enjoy it.

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If it were me... I'd leave it the way it is and enjoy it.
Why is everyone always telling me that?!?

That's always an option too, but I thought I'd get some ideas considering I'm a guy

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Why don't you go with a taller lift instead of cutouts? You have a very good looking truck and I'm not so sure the cutouts would look as good as the setup you have?

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A truck is like a woman...You buy more and more things to make it pretty and they cost you a lot, and then when it gets some miles on it, you get a newer one! Enjoy it upgrade it and then dump it when you're bored!!! lol (don't tell my wife I said this)

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