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Km2 33x10.50 with Mickey Thomposon Classic III Black!

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Km2 33x10.50 with Mickey Thomposon Classic III Black!

Just got my tires and wheels! I went with km2 33x10.50 with 15x8 Classic III Black Mickey Thomposon. I get some more pictures during the day tomorrow!




 
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Looks good!
 
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Very nice... looks great!
 
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Lookin good!
 
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Thanks guys!
 
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That's a pretty sweet setup you got there!
 
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looks great! what you running for lift?
 
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Thanks guys! Im running 4 inch super lift, for the rearim running shackles and explorer springs
 
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Looks great!!!!!
 
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Looks pretty good but I would have gone with a 12.50" tire
 
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Running 15 psi! They did great!


 
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Wow the truck sounds good.. I like your new wheels which you showed in first picture. Thanks for sharig the photos. I guess you are enjoyed that adventure. I love this kind of rides but unfortunately I haven't go anywhere for adventure like you. I love the driving on snow specially in mountains. If you have more photos then please share them.
 
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Looks great. I'm a fan of the tall-skinny tire setup.
 
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looks like fun! Snow wheeling is good business! I need to figure out an upgrade for my 2wd EDGE so I can just drive in the snow a little better...
 
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Thanks, ya I like the tall-skinny tire setup too!
 
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looks awesome, those are some really nice snow wheeling pictures too.
 
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Just did a snow run up at Washington - Stevenson Expedition - April 13, 2013. I was running 7 to 8 psi to stay on top of more then 5 feet of snow! They did great!




 
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They do rub when I air them down. They rub on the bottom corners of the fender flare.
 
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I know most people like the wider tire look and I agree wider looks better but I think the tall narrower tire is functionally better in most situations. Actually, 10.5" wide is not very narrow, it just looks proportionally narrow on a 33" dia. tire. My off-road tires are currently 32 x 11.5 and work pretty well but my next set will be the 33 x 10.5 because I want a little more height.

I always like seeing pictures posted with this set up so I can see how it looks. I like it.
 
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Ya I really like it too!
 
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