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Old 07-29-2010, 01:28 PM
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HELP in a delema, what tires 33s or 35s please post pics and thoughts

im getting my 2008 it has nice stock chrome rims was going to mount the 33 or 35 on the stock rims its stock height not leveled yet but might be soon, if i stay w stock rims it would be 12.5 r 18
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My 08 had 34's from the factory. I would go up not down.
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My 08 had 34's from the factory. I would go up not down.
I was going to say the exact same thing. I went with 35's on the stock 20's
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i want to run a 295/70/18 on my stock rims which is a 34" tire up from stock 33".
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thanks guy for the help, now where is best place to purchase tires?
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Old 07-29-2010, 09:59 PM
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I'd say your local tire shop, Sears, etc
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Old 07-30-2010, 03:42 AM
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2008-2010 suspension/wheel and tire thread - Powerstroke Nation

check out this forum. this should help with your decision.
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I went with the 35's on 18's, they are 12.5 wide as well. I like the larger sidewall look.

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thanks again everyone i will b doing 35x12.5x18
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Toyo also makes a 285/75/18, which is an E-rated 35x11.5. Fits better on stock rims than a 12.5" wide tire.
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