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33 12.50 tbar crank on alcoa's pics!

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New pictures 1" wheelspacers, 2" rear lift.
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They rub on the contol arm when i turn but wheelspacers will fix it.
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They look good!
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That doesn't look bad at all!
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Yum, KM2s :)

Yeah spacers all around would help a ton. Those tires are just too huge for stock backspacing.
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Thanks. The spacers make a huge difference. The pictures don't do it justice. The down side is if I flex I'm sure it's gonna eat my bedsides. The bottom 4 pictures are with 1" wheel spacers.

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You can defiantly tell. The spacers help a ton.

And yeah, when running 33s with no BL or Superlift you will tear up your bedsides.

The driver side rear wheel has a TON of weights on it.
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i was debating about getting wheel spacers. i love my rims but i hate the lack of offset. my 31s rub on the front sway and possibly the upper part of the control arm. i can't tell if they rubbed when they installed or if it's post installation.

the only dowside is the extended wheels will fling more stones at my truck sides.
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Haha ya my blancer at work is old as dirt that's why there is so much weight and they are beefy tires. I was in a hurry so I didn't have time to match mount them. I was barley able to clear 285/75/16 on my edge with the same setup when flexing. I'm not worried about stones the tires don't go past the flares too much but I don't wheel my dd too hard I just like having a capable vehicle. I have my jeep to wheel the **** out of.
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