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wow....this thread got off the topic quick...

i'd run 35-10.5's....

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But with that 15x8 rim you dont wannt run a 12.5 inch wide tire, a 10 or 10.5 wide would be the wise choice. And cheaper too :)
no sorry a 33x12.5 can be run a 15x8 prefectally safe and wears fine... if you dont think so go look at over half the members here alone that run it....i still to this day sont understand why people think a 12.5 wide tire cant fit on a 8" wide run and be fine....
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hey i still got 5 new 15x8s for sale for $450(they were too wide for my truck)
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But with that 15x8 rim you dont wannt run a 12.5 inch wide tire, a 10 or 10.5 wide would be the wise choice. And cheaper too :)
Maybe with a street truck, but the 8 inch width is more desireable for real offroading.
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jees, i go out of town for a few days and all hell breaks lose.......haha

...but thanks for all the info...
i will probobly look for some 33s and 15x10 wheels (because i like big wheels) or something like that, and mayby look into some fender flares.
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jees, i go out of town for a few days and all hell breaks lose.......haha

...but thanks for all the info...
i will probobly look for some 33s and 15x10 wheels (because i like big wheels) or something like that, and mayby look into some fender flares.
Don't you already have fender flares?
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well you could easily fit a 12.50 on an 8" rim because somebody on here just put 33 12.50's on a 15x7 rim! Looks sweet too
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well you could easily fit a 12.50 on an 8" rim because somebody on here just put 33 12.50's on a 15x7 rim! Looks sweet too
alot of people put a 12.5 wide tire on a 7" rim and i think your thinking of bill(04lvl2). the only thing on a 7" wide rim the tire doesnt make full contact at running PSI of the tire and it will wear unevenly and isnt completely recommened for a long period of time
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