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33 10.50 on 15x7

i might be getting some 15x7's soon so ive tried finding pictures of 33 10.50s on a 15x7 and i cant find front views only side so can i get some pics of them from the side and front
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imagine skinny as hell. looks great from the side but front and back is nasty lol
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yeah so it would not look good with a body lift? i dont want to go over 3 on it so i would be better off buying 15x8's?

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8" wide wheel with 11.5" or 12.5" wide tire looks best.
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My old truck with 33x10.50 on stock 5x7s







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You can do a 33x12.50 tire with a 15x7" wheel. Its not recommended but I've been running it like that for the past yr.
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looks good mike and clayton but i think i will keep my rims for now save my money and see if i can find someone that will do a trade for the 5 spoke fx4 wheels or buy me the MT classics
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I don't think it looks bad. 33x10.50 on 15x7 stockers

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wow, that looks really good stock. i mean...cuz those are the same stock rims I have. just you painted them satin/gloss black or close?
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I think it was just flat black. I actually used the RustOleum Rust proof black paint. I tried adding clearcoat to it but didn't turn out right. Held up really good until the tire shop put new tires on so now I need to respray some areas. I don't really care about them because i'm not gonna keep them on much longer.
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You can check this thread and see how Brenda's truck looks with the BL, T-bar crank and 33x10.50's

https://www.ranger-forums.com/f69/taz-snow-99554/
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I don't think it looks bad either. I didn't have the money to buy bigger wheels so 10.5 was the biggest I felt comfortable going with, being its pretty much a daily driver.

Thanks for the pimp Bill.
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Just make sure I get my cut. LOL
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Oh I'll give you a cut all right!
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I have no doubts about that.
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oh shoot. middletown, I go through there whenever I visit family up in stanton (wilminton) or bear.

and you two are cracking me up
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oh shoot. middletown, I go through there whenever I visit family up in stanton (wilminton) or bear.

and you two are cracking me up
Wha? Get with the program and drop in sometime!




Soooooooo did you decide on tires yet?
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haha, yeah, I don't get up there but once every 1-2 years. just depends on the schedule. next time I'll bring the ranger.

yeah red, you decide yet? aren't stockers 15x7? just do like DSFD (and like I will probably do!!) and save your money for your lift and rubber...wheels...meats...whatever they're called.
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I would def go with at least a 15x8 wheel with 4" or less of backspacing. 15x7 with a 33x10.5 will be major pizza cutter look lol
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don't get me wrong, I totally understand the "dislike" of cookie cutter thin wheels...Do what ya gotta do. I'm more on the side of Taz and my wallet with having a DD ranger that looks good. and yeah, once you get to where you have the option of going bigger DO IT!

oh and as far as backspacing goes...I like less backspacing. I like super deep rims and for them to stick out a good bit. I don't know the BS on my dad's yota that he let me drive for at least 4 years. we still have it in the family. here's some pics of it. the less BS the more they stick out. the more the BS the more they are tucked up under the vehicle. These are just 31.10.50's. 33.12.50's are off the hook. don't rape me, it's a taco...but I will always like my first truck. haha I've got one or two pics somewhere with the 33.12.50's. maybe one day i'll post them up




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sorry, but that looks terrible lol

i like the truck and the width of the rims but hate the tires. too narrow of a tire on a wide rim. look how its stretching the sidewall
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ahh well, to each his own

we downsized on tires for lack of money. and yeah, the truck isn't in good shape. but it goes from a to b
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ahh well, to each his own

we downsized on tires for lack of money. and yeah, the truck isn't in good shape. but it goes from a to b
i would honestly like that truck instead of my ranger but it needs a SFA lol
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superior first aid? standard fuel assembly? Super Fast Afterburner? suspension for amatuers...haha!

is it solid front axle?

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superior first aid? standard fuel assembly? Super Fast Afterburner? suspension for amatuers...haha!

is it solid front axle?
All of the above. lol. SFA is a solid front axle.
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