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31 10.50 15 dick cepek mud country

hey guys im thinking bout putting on a set of dick cepek mud country on my 08 im going from a 235 75 15 to a 31 10.50 15 what i want to know is how bad this will hurt my acceleration and gas mileage its a 3.0 any help is greatly appreciated thanks yall god bless
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Shouldn't be too bad. What gears do you have?
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when i went from stock tires to 33's my mileage sucked huge.. but once i got my headers and exhaust on, its almost back to stock mileage believe it or not
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when i went from stock tires to 33's my mileage sucked huge.. but once i got my headers and exhaust on, its almost back to stock mileage believe it or not
See this is funny, I have a 4.0L 4x4 with 4.10 gears like the fx4 and when I went to 33s my gas mileage hasn't really changed much and I didn't lose too much power. The truck will still spin the tires... Not very easily, but it will
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naw you should be good my old 33's Dick cepek MC honestly weren't that heavy compared to some tires i have had.
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its got 373s i got a k&N, cherry bomb exhausts and will be putting a programmer and underdrives on it when i put the tires on so i think it will even out
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youre really just gaining width more than anything. basically a 30" is what a 235 would be. when i did my 265/65/17's(31") i didnt notice any change whatsoever even with the speedo. and I dont have a programmer or underdrive on it YET haha. it won't be a problem whatsoever i promise because i did mine before i did the k&n fipk and dual magnaflow
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those are good tires too-lighter than most. probably weigh less than my at's do lol
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