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Old 07-28-2013, 05:14 AM
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20x12 with a 33x12.5 tire

Anyone else running this fitment, I'm looking at the toyo mt or general grabber at2. I'm going with the 12" wide rim for the -44 offset.

I'm going to buy the tires from a local tire discounters think they will throw a fit about stretching the 12.5's to fit a 12" wide rim?

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Old 07-28-2013, 05:28 AM
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12wide and 12.50. Are the wheels going to be gold spokes? Jk.... Do what u like. I'm not into the stretched sidewall
Wouldnt go wider then a 10 with 12.50s. Also would do a larger tire with 20s. These trucks are big
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Old 07-28-2013, 06:19 AM
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I was really trying to avoid lifting the truck to fit 35's. Which is why I was going with 33's if money and fuel weren't a factor I'd put a 4" lift and run 35-37's but a 40 mile commute puts a damper on that.

Also not finding anything wider then 13.5 at TD in a 35" tire

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Yah there I don't think there is anything wider then 13.50s on 33s. I would at least go with a narrower rim. I know the look of the deep dish looks awesome, but I promise the ride will be much better with a lighter narrower rim. just something to think about.
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I say go for it. That look is popular out here in central cal. I think the 33 tire are going to look a little small. I love wide wheels, they look bitichn with 35's.
what wheels are u going with?
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