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15x10's w/ 33's

Does anyone have any pics of 15x10's with 33's Im getting a 3" BL but i cant decide between 15x8 or 15x10's i want em to stick out past the fender flares but i dont want to have to crank the t-bars alot for the 15x10's because that will give stiff ride.
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Those are the best pics i got of the tire sticking out.
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Don't get 15x8's. I thought they would be fine but they're too skinny for what I wanted. They make the tires look smaller.

Here's 33x12.50x15's on 15x8's as compared to ^^^ his which seem bigger.
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get 15x10... i wish i had them
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My new wheels and tires will be here next week (33s and 15x10s), I'll get some pictures for you when I put them on.
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33x12.5x15, 10 inch wheels, 5 inch BS (i think). 3 inch body lift.

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Ya know, its the color of your wheels which make the tires seem bigger or not.. not really the actual 15x8... if you have a color thats the opposite of the tire, it'll cause the eye to pick up the brighter color more, and the darker color less
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^^^True on a side shot but I'm talking width and how the tire "fills" out with a wider rim. 15x10's look more aggressive to me, they make the tire look wider than they would on a 15x8 (because the extra 2")
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15x10 33x12.5





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k.blakeley what is up with your front tires?






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k.blakeley what is up with your front tires?
In the first pic my alignment was off cause I de-cranked my t-bars...its all good now
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Ya know, its the color of your wheels which make the tires seem bigger or not.. not really the actual 15x8... if you have a color thats the opposite of the tire, it'll cause the eye to pick up the brighter color more, and the darker color less

this could be the dumbest thing you have posted sense you joined!

what kind of drugs are you on? send some my way.

color of wheels has nothing to do with how the tire looks after its mounted.


if you plan on running a 12.5 inch wide tire then you want at least a 9 inch wheel. a 10 inch wheel will spread the tire out and you will get most of the tread on the road
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I think ima go with 15x10's w/ 3.75 backspacing w/ 33x12.50 bfg m/t's I just want to make sure they will stick at least a half inch out past my flares. What do yall think?
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I think ima go with 15x10's w/ 3.75 backspacing w/ 33x12.50 bfg m/t's I just want to make sure they will stick at least a half inch out past my flares. What do yall think?
sounds good, if i remember correctly thats about perfect for the ranger.

if your going to buy steel wheels, just some advice, they are very heavy and will effect your gas mileage.
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15x10, 4" backspace, 35x12.50s....

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wait, isn't 3.73bs stock on the newer rangers?
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this could be the dumbest thing you have posted sense you joined!

what kind of drugs are you on? send some my way.

color of wheels has nothing to do with how the tire looks after its mounted.


if you plan on running a 12.5 inch wide tire then you want at least a 9 inch wheel. a 10 inch wheel will spread the tire out and you will get most of the tread on the road

Nah, actually.. take a fully chrome 15x10, and a fully black 15x10 on a tire, its a load of difference in what it looks like.. part of that applied science junk and whatnot... brings out the meats and makes the edges look bigger with a full black rim.

I may sound crazy, but I'm really not all that crazy
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Here's the same wheels as my truck....but on a truck with flares.....

15x10, 4" backspace, 35x12.50 Claws...

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Nah, actually.. take a fully chrome 15x10, and a fully black 15x10 on a tire, its a load of difference in what it looks like.. part of that applied science junk and whatnot... brings out the meats and makes the edges look bigger with a full black rim.

I may sound crazy, but I'm really not all that crazy
sorry but i think i missed that day in class. can you provide more detail of your theory please cause i'm just not buying it.
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15x10s on 33x12.50s
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Nah, actually.. take a fully chrome 15x10, and a fully black 15x10 on a tire, its a load of difference in what it looks like.. part of that applied science junk and whatnot... brings out the meats and makes the edges look bigger with a full black rim.

I may sound crazy, but I'm really not all that crazy
I think we need pictorial evidence....

My truck with chrome 15x10 and 35x12.50s......


My truck with black 15x10 and the same 35x12.50s...
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those are not ranger wheels and the backspacing is different. so yeah
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back space is the same....chromie ain't bolted on. lol.
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Here's the same wheels as my truck....but on a truck with flares.....

15x10, 4" backspace, 35x12.50 Claws...

WHAT KIND OF PRERUNNER BAR IS THAT??
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I think im def. going with 15x10's w/33/12.50 bfg m/t's. Will i run into any scrubbing problems offroading or anything?
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