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PIC Request.. T-Bar Crank and 33's

Im looking for pics of truck stock or T-Bar cranked on 33's preferably 98-2000. But 98+ should work.. Thanks. Im pretty sure kenny_216 is stock on 33's i could be wrong though. But thats all i could thing of.
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search button not working lol

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Wasn't having much look with the search button. I knew someone was going to say something..
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I have more pics if you want I have most of my flex pics with 32's and more recent with 33's and a body lift so just ask i got a bunch lol
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Im specifically looking for Stock on 33's lol. If you got anymore like that though post them up please.. Also on stock and 33's did you notice much rubbing?
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cranked and add-a-leaf 285's
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heres a few with nothing done to the suspension....285's
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Im specifically looking for Stock on 33's lol. If you got anymore like that though post them up please.. Also on stock and 33's did you notice much rubbing?
I have torsion keys on the front and they didn't unless i flexed it hard i'll see what i can find ya real quick here

this is completely stock with 32's they rubbed when i backed out of my driveway to my old apartment
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here's with the keys and 33's well actually 285/75/16 but close enough wouldn't have rubbed if it had more off set they hit the sway bar at full lock

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two more lol i can kill the server with pics this is with 265/75/16 and the keys

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i have pics of those tires on stock too i got lots so let me know i can send you all the ones you want
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Thanks.. Im going to price tire's tomorrow and possibly buy a set. I need tires bad. But i can't decide if i want 265/75/16 or 285/75/16. I was leaning toward's 285 but if they would rub bad i probaly just get 265's
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you have stock wheels or aftermarket?
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Stock.. Im not getting new rims till Spring..
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keep one thing in mind, i don't know how often you guys use the metric sizeing, (275/75r16) but the first number (275-225-w/e) does not have a dirrect representation of the height... it is width of tire... the second number (75) is your sidewall height, so 265 (which is already quite wide) is 26.5cm across (not converting to inches, as i am at work, and lazy) 75 (75%) is 19.875 cm from rim bead to tire tread, multiply that by 2 gives you 39.75cm + 16 inches (rim size) is 31.649"

if you want height (especially if you are just going for looks) i would recommend going with a 265/85-16 as it will be the same width, but taller, and you will have less rubbing issues than a tire with the same height but taller, the 265/85 would be 33.736" tall. depending on where it is rubbing on the tire, if it's sidewall, this TALLER tire, would probably be better than the other... but this also depends on the type of 4x4ing you are doing... you can also get a 265/80-16 i believe, which would be 32.692" and have the same thing about not going to rub

265/75-16 = 31.469" tall
265/80-16 = 32.692" tall
285/75-16 = 32.830 tall, but wide, and sidewall rubbing is a greater possibility
265/85-16 = 33.736" tall

the difference in height between the 265/80 and the 285/75 would not be noticable, but there would be a big difference in rubbing, the 265 would rub much less...
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Thanks for the info weez I was already aware of that(the metric thing). But thank you. Your always posting real helpful info like this lol..
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go with 285's youll be fine in the rubbing department, maybe a slight rub on the sway bar but thats it and only at full lock, looks way bette than 265's as well
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go with 285's youll be fine in the rubbing department, maybe a slight rub on the sway bar but thats it and only at full lock, looks way bette than 265's as well
Ok thanks for the input..
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the difference in height between the 265/80 and the 285/75 would not be noticable, but there would be a big difference in rubbing, the 265 would rub much less...
ERMMMMMMMMMMMMM 265/75's DON'T RUB PERIOD. I have 265/75's on my truck and they look small.
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cranked and add-a-leaf 285's
Nice! I was going to ask who on here was running 285s with a t-bar crank. I like that alot!
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Nice! I was going to ask who on here was running 285s with a t-bar crank. I like that alot!
thanks, it def looked nice, never rubbed unless fully fully locked and it was only on the sway bar till i got some 1 inch spacers than there was no rubbing at all
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ERMMMMMMMMMMMMM 265/75's DON'T RUB PERIOD. I have 265/75's on my truck and they look small.
so it would rub a lot less than the 285's, which DO rub then, right? lol
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so it would rub a lot less than the 285's, which DO rub then, right? lol
265's don't rub at all. 285/75 I can't comment on. Some people have put 33's on their trucks with a t-bar crank but i've only ever seen pictures, no actual experience.
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Tom Could you put a pick of your truck up so i can see what 265's would look like please..
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Ive got 265s on my truck with almost no crank
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Ive got 265s on my truck with almost no crank
Not gonna lie, your truck looks badass with those wheels and tires. Now post up a new pic with that sweet cap! LOL
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