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What is the max tire size i can get (all terrain) without rubbing or lift needed...I can T-bar it up, but i dont really want a lift.

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Welcome to the site, got pics of your ride??

you can run 32's- 265/75R16
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None yet, Thanks next town neighbor!
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what are the size tires you got on there how
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32's but in my personal opinion, it fills the wheel wells up a bit too much. A 31 looks better with no lift.

Take a look around the gallery man, there are a LOT of pics of every size wheel and tire on every lift out there from stock to rediculous. It will help you figure out what you prefer.
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k... well, my first comment will be "use the search button"

my 2nd will be, ^^ those fools are right. 32s will fit, but 31s look *****in'. Look for pics. I have mine on 31s and i think the look is... well... kickass. haha
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31's are baby tires... get some nice 15x8 wheels and some 32x11.5x15 tires and you will be looking hot
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Eh, its all a preference Zach, some people like to stuff the wheels with tires that will barely clear, others can't stand the thought of putting that much tire in a wheel well. I almost bought 32's instead of 33's when I body lifted my truck. I like a nice clearance for mine and so do a lot of others.

That's why I gave him options and the pic gallery :)
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Eh, its all a preference Zach, some people like to stuff the wheels with tires that will barely clear, others can't stand the thought of putting that much tire in a wheel well. I almost bought 32's instead of 33's when I body lifted my truck. I like a nice clearance for mine and so do a lot of others.

That's why I gave him options and the pic gallery :)

33s and a BL the gap is prolly more than what you have stock. 32s and a BL is WAY TO MUCH GAP! IMO

i guess ill post this pic

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31's are baby tires... get some nice 15x8 wheels and some 32x11.5x15 tires and you will be looking hot
you're.... baby tires...
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31's are baby =P

32's for SURE.



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33s and a BL the gap is prolly more than what you have stock. 32s and a BL is WAY TO MUCH GAP! IMO

This is what I have seen with 32's and a BL, it looks about perfect to me.





Like I said before, to each his own
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is that pic ^ runnin a 3" BL?
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yes, it says in the post
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You can actually fit 33x10.5s stock and have no rubbing.

I crammed 33x12.5s in there, but I had some trimming to do and it still rubbed on u-turns and off-roading.

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here is mine with 32x11.50 with just the t-bars cranked.

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here is mine with 32x11.50 with just the t-bars cranked.

maybe it's just the rims.. but that looks really small.. like.. 31's.
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He doesn't have fender flares, so it opens up the wheel well a bit more
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How much does changing the tires throw off you speed gauge?
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