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post #1 of 13 Old 07-14-2012, 10:06 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone running 33" Mud Terrain Tires?

If so do you have any pictures? Thanks.
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Me. Lol. It's on my 2010 but u could get an idea. They are 305/55/20 which is 33.2" tall, 12.6" wide and 20" rim. Let me know if ya want more pics other than my signature. Oh, btw they are nitto trail grapplers.

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Here are some pics, my sig is kinda small


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Thanks Travis, That's exactly what I was looking for.

They look really good and I imagine your gas mileage and towing are better than with 35s. Seeing yours re-affirms that I want to stick with 33s.
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That's why I stayed with 33's so my mileage wouldn't get any worse. It didn't change at all really. But I don't drive conservatively so my mpg doesn't show a thing lol

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Would 35's have fit just the same?
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I'm running an a/t 33 but I'm about to go up to a 35 and I hear you will loose anywhere from 1/2 to 1&1/2 mpg going from stock to a 35

I'm addicted to diesel and I step on it constantly!

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I might be able to clear 35's but would prolly have to pull the plastic inner fender back a little so it doesn't rub. I only bought a 1.5" leveling kit because I was worried anymore would mess up my snow plow angles. My snow plow had one more adjustment bolt holes so I dropped it down to them and it lowered an inch so right now my snow plow will only sit .5" higher which shouldn't mess with anything. The newer trucks have even more room where I think people are running 35"s on a stock truck with no suspension mods. But when you get a offset wheel past the fender that increases your chance of rubbing too.

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This is true. My other truck was lifted only 2.5" in the front and cleared 35's no problem. I have 33's and lifted 3" in the front and I don't know if I can clear 35's now. I am gonna try and put some 35/13.50r20 on and hope they don't scrub if they do I will look into getting new shocks and put a 1" block to clear them

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travis how are the trail grapplers holding up... would you get them again???
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