06 extended cab 4x4. 4.10ls, 3 inch body lift. Was running 33x12.5x15 Goodyear Duratracs on 15x8 Mickey Thompson Classic Locks. Things came up and needing to change stuff up, so I sold my duratracs and im selling my classic locks all for a damn good price. Now just put the stock wheels back on and going to put some new tires on the stockers. Was going to go back with 33x12.5's but idk im trying to get it back to more of a daily driver status instead of offroad truck. The way before looked really good, but for daily driving and when I spend over $100 a week in gas, I was just needing a change. Thats why I was thinking about going with the AT's but man the MT's always look so much better than the AT's, but again im trying to be smart here and leave that kinda stuff for the other toys.
So continuing with that theme I was thinking about going down to a 32x11.5 AT and spending basically the same for those brand new as I sold my duratracs for. I dont think it is going to look near as good as the 33's or going with an MT but again trying to be smart here. STL over on FRF runs 32x11.5 with the body lift and his looks good. Acourse he is running aftermarket wheels which helps and these are going on my stockers but I figure it'll still look ok I guess. I hate to do this, I really do because it looked so good before but I have to start choosing whats more important and leave those types of goodies and builds for the other vehicles and toys. So for this truck im just trying to keep it looking atleast ok and still be able to do what I need it to on the farm and such but to not go wild with it anymore. Not near as fun but I guess thats part of being an adult and when having multiple vehicles. Just gotta choose which one you keep decently normal and which to go crazy with. Sad day but I guess the ranger is getting the back to normal mod