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Old 01-24-2011, 04:41 PM
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Pics wanted 18's with 33" on leveling kit 99-04

Thinking this is the combo I want to go with. I use my truck to tow my camper so dont want to lift it.

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Old 01-24-2011, 04:45 PM
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'04, 2 1/2" front, 1 1/2" rear, King Ranch 18" wheels on 32.5" tall tires.
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Truck in my sig - '03 FX4, Rough Country 2.5" leaveling spring kit front and rear. 295/70R18E Nitto Terra's - 35x11.5x18. 4050lb per tire E rating.

Dick Cepek DC-2 18x9 Black rims.

Granted you wanted 33" tires - these are 35's but they do clear. Thought you might be interested - maybe.
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Old 01-24-2011, 05:15 PM
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Here's 33x15.50 on 18's with a quote 4" lift. However it's a superlift and the front has sagged. The rear has 6" block (+4" over stock) and is 2" higher than the front. So I'd say the front is about +2"
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Here we go. '03 with a 2.5" leveling kit, 18x9 XD Badlands, and 325/60/18 (33x13) Nitto Terra Grapplers.




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Thats it I like it. How does the truck drive with the wide tires in the 60 series? 18" rim looks better on a 33" than a 20" in my opinion.

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Here we go. '03 with a 2.5" leveling kit, 18x9 XD Badlands, and 325/60/18 (33x13) Nitto Terra Grapplers.




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Thats it I like it. How does the truck drive with the wide tires in the 60 series? 18" rim looks better on a 33" than a 20" in my opinion.

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Drives great. Just like stock, maybe a little smoother ride. It could probably use a dual steering stabilizer when towing, but then again I'm still on my factory stabilizer so it may just be shot. But it's nothing major. I hauled 12k for 14 hours straight with no problem keeping it between the lines.
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http://www.toyota-4runner.org/attach...m-duratrac.jpg

Goodyear duratrac is the tire I'm looking at 295/65-18 on my 02 f250
If I did the math right
295/65-18 = 11.6" wide and 33.1" tall


What leveling kit did you buy?

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Old 02-01-2011, 05:38 PM
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No kit yet trying to figure out what I am going to do.
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http://www.toyota-4runner.org/attach...m-duratrac.jpg

Goodyear duratrac is the tire I'm looking at 295/65-18 on my 02 f250
If I did the math right
295/65-18 = 11.6" wide and 33.1" tall


What leveling kit did you buy?
thats the tire im planning on running on a 18x9 procomp 1069 wheel. i think she should look good with it. i got x codes up front so im not gonna use a leveling kit
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