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Old 12-25-2010
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33/11.50/15 or 33/12.50/15

I have a stock 2007 ranger fx4 level 2 I have the stock 31/10.50/15 bfg's on my 7.5 alcoa's right now, now heres what I want to know Ive been looking with nothing coming back on 33/11.50/15 tires of any make maybe someone else would have better luck idk.

2nd question is will 33/12.50/15 fix with no problems at all no rubbing turning ect any help would be great and Id like the tire to be a mud tire or a aggressive a/t.

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If you dont wheel at all, you can run the 33x12.5's. But you probly should get at least an 8 inch rim. I dont think they make 33x11.5
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i think bogger makes a 33 11.5.
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if you want something a little wider, get a 32/11.5 and like a 15x8 rim.

otherwise just body lift and 33x12.5 on a 15x8 rim and you'll be happy.
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they make tons of 33x11.5's lots of them.
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did you not read my post I said I looked with no luck
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i think bogger makes a 33 11.5.
yes bogger makes a 33/11.5 but I would like other options
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bfg at, bfg mt, toyo mt... to name a few
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if you want something a little wider, get a 32/11.5 and like a 15x8 rim.

otherwise just body lift and 33x12.5 on a 15x8 rim and you'll be happy.
the changing of rims is not going to happen already have a winter wheel/tire set and the alcoa's I have are still good Ive had some ppl say and seen pic's but not in person that they have put 33/12.50/15's on their 7.5 alcoa's with no problems
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bfg at, bfg mt, toyo mt... to name a few
would like to stay away from a/t's I have that on my alcoa's now 31/10.5/15 bfg
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then get a mud terrain.
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going to but as for toyo they only have 10.5, 12.50 and 13.50 wide I dont want to go with a 10.5 again would like a bit more wider tire but as I posted before Ive seen and read posts of ppl putting 12.5 wide on the 7.5 alcoa's with no problems I just dont want to try it out myself and have something happen and no new wheel is not an option
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Are they really 7.5"? I always thought they were just 7".
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Alcoa's should be 15x7, at least I thought so. I wouldn't recommend putting a 12.5 inch tire on a 7 inch rim. Smallest I would go is a 8" rim. You can buy aftermarket rims that look similar to alcoa's, and then sell the alcoa's. They are popular, someone will buy them if they are in good shape.
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alcoas are 7". Get a 32x11.50 and be done with it. thats what my dads 04 level II has
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