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33" or 35"

I'm ready to pull the trigger on rims and tires. Got rims picked out. 17x9 . Undecided on tire size. I'm going to level the front and put 4" blocks in the rear.
What do you guys think. Leaning toward Mickey Thompson ATZ or cooper discoverer sst max. (3:55) rear end. anyone have a 33" set up and don't regret it?

12 250 cc 4x4 3:55, 325/60/18 XD Cranks. Stock suspension.
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You can run 35's on a stock truck...so 33's are going to seem stock if not smaller.

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Stock tires on 20s are about 34". If your lifting, I'd look at 37s. I have 35s and think they are to small

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Here is my truck with the Discoverer S/T Maxx tires. I like the looks of them. Seem to be a hybrid between an AT and Mud tire. So they give a nice aggressive look without horrible ride characteristics. Haven't had them on long enough for any type of review, but I have no complaints so far. And I like that you can find them for somewhat affordable compared to others in similar size that I looked at. Mine are supposed to be equivalent to 34's. Tuff Country 2.5" leveling kit w/ F350 Blocks on my 2002

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325/60/18 on XD cranks 18x9. What a difference from stock 17's and 245s. No trimming or rubbing at full lock. Stock suspension.
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