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tires for 6.0 with 20 inch rims

Does anyone have any pictures of their 05 and up 6.0 with 20 inch rims that have a set of 33x12.50 or 305/55R20 tires on them. I would like to see how good they look between the different tires that you guys run. I was considering either the bfg all terrain or the toyo mt, but any tire that size will help me to make up my mind. Thanks

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do a search.. there are already TONS of pics on here

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Why do you want smaller tires than come on the 20's stock? Do you just want a wider tire?

I've had great luck with the Wrangler AT/S's that came stock on the truck and I would only consider Toyos as a replacement.
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the stock goodyear 275-65-20 are about 34 inch, got 73k on the origionals, 07 outlaw
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the stock goodyear 275-65-20 are about 34 inch, got 73k on the origionals, 07 outlaw
Wow, you must not be running a tuner! I did get about 55k with a tuner and I was happy with that.
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its totally stock for now, has 89k on it, want to do tuner and t/b 4.0 mbrp to start with, but thinking of trading it in on an 09 cabela, not sure, been a great truck, no problems, I drive it like I drive my 92 5.0, hard and fast, do a lot of off roading, rock climbing and such.
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I definately want a wider tire that will actually be useful in offroad situations. I'm not a big fan of the all terrain but I am mostly on the highway. I like the toyo m/t's but Idk what kind of tread wear and life I can get out of them, that's why I'm asking for advice on my next pair of tires. I don't want to go with a much taller or wider tire b/c I don't want to damage my fuel economy...When I measured out my goodyears that came stock on the truck they only measured out to 33's even so I was just trying to stick with a tire around that height.

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Early 99 7.3L psd, cclb, 4x4, yellow top optimas, front and rear replacement bumpers, 2 KC daylighters, warn hubs, diff covers, flashpaq programmer, 5" suspension lift, 38x15.50 R16.5 ground hawgs, 90 gallon diesel tank, toolbox, 3.5" straight pipe, origional owner, 63,000 miles.

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07 6.0L psd, ccsb, 4x4, red top optimas, ranchand brushguard, afe stage 2 intake, flashpaq programmer, 3.5" straight pipe, 21 mpg highway, origional owner, 48,000 miles.
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