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Old 08-17-2008, 04:24 PM
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Question Which 33" tire should I got with?

I am going to get a set of 22X10 wheels for my truck next weekend for sure. I know it should fit with my 6" fabtech... anyways I want to ride not too big or too small tires, so I thought 33" tires is good enough (285/50/22)if im correct? What would be the best brand to pick? thanks!!
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33" seems a little small to me. I'd go with a 325/50R22 (35"). It would look much more proportional imo
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I like the look of less tire more rim, I guess everyone has diff taste but 34's wouldnt look bad at all!
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So you want to put smaller then stock tires on a 6" lifted truck??
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You need too go no less than 35 and no bigger than 37 the 22 will look weird on a 6 inch with less than a 35 you really need to go 37 it will look great
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I have 315 on my truck, it has a 6" lift and they look ok I would not go any smaller it would look a little stainish!!
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Go 37's. 33's are going to look lame. If you really want to run 33's put it back to stock hieght.
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37's is the standard size to run w/ a 6 inch lift...

with the size wheel u have nothing will be cheap but nitto terra's would be pretty nice for the money. i have pro comp extreme all terrains and i like them a lot because they arent quite a mud tire (they wear better) but it is more than just an all terrain... hence extreme all terrain lol
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but since i read what u said again.. the BEST brand to pick would be toyo open country m/t's.. IMO they are one of the best looking tires out there
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