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Old 04-06-2012
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2002 Edge Stepside

Hey everyone,
I've got a 2002 Edge Stepside with a 3.5" spindle lift that I've been running BFG All Terrains on, 32x11.50x 15r, and I need to replace them. I want to get the same tire but have been trouble finding the same size anywhere. I've been thinking about getting the 33"x12.50's any input as to whether I'll run into any problems jumping up a bit in size? any input would be appreciated. Thanks,
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Might have to bump up to wider rims but thats about it. 33x12.5r15 usually call for 8.5+ in rims, but millions of people run them on 8's. The half inch isn't much of an issue. 7's definitely won't work though.
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