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Old 11-19-2006
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Ya, I'd stay with the 35s
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can I post a vote for 34's???
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haha..fair nuf..**** it. get 34's.
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ugh 34's are tecnically what im getting when i get 35's cause most tires arnt actually 35's, plus the only 34's i know of are the trxus m/t's......
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ltbs as well
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ok i was reading this post and i have the same truck as xp1ik99( dude who started this tread) and i was wondering do you really think 35s wil fit and work well on this truck, I am currently upgrading tires and wheels very soon and was wondering betwwen 33 and 35 , any help
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28s.... nah JJ

Go with the 33s. I think they look better with a BL. 35s with a suspension lift
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ok i was reading this post and i have the same truck as xp1ik99( dude who started this tread) and i was wondering do you really think 35s wil fit and work well on this truck, I am currently upgrading tires and wheels very soon and was wondering betwwen 33 and 35 , any help
oh they work just fine, i had the 35's on for awhile but being that i travel a decent amount 16mpg wasnt working out so well for me, so now im rolling on 31.5's......
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33's as is

35's if you can get the front end up just a bit
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I really like the look and offroad clearance of 35's -- but if I ran mostly street and unrutted dirt or sand I might consider 33's.

I don't know that there is a "right" answer -- it's just what you want. There will be "downsides" either way -- both are large enough to increase wear, the 35's do look tougher, but the 33's will probably be kinder to your wallet in many ways.

It's all in what you want and what you're willing to put up with...
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where is a good place to get some tires and what are the major downsides of having the larger tire, i have always gotten bad gas milage no matter what(Even when puulnig a trailor) i get hte same milage no matter what ,so with that out of mind , i am still trying to decide , another main concern is the clearance problems for the 35 , what all would have to be done to run those.
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still, have not decided what to use i am leaning towards the 35 , but am very much concerned that they may not fit, have never lifted a truck before, any more help or ideas would be great , right now i have the stick 16 inch rims and 25/70/16s on and i have about 3 to 4 inches of clearence at the tightest point , thats why i am thinking the 35s will fit fine, alos i have lifted my torsion bars a bit
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Do you have a reg. cab or ext. cab? In my opinion, 33's look better on reg. cabs and 35's look better on ext. cabs. I would prefere 33's to the 32's I currently have, but I only had a t-bar crank when I got my 32's. A suspension lift, like firefighterjosh stated, looks better with 35's.
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yeah i got hte extra cab, ( not really a cab ,most people cant ride back there ) but its the xlt also, i tihkn i have made up my mind and thansk for all the help
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hey xp1ik99 what type of tires are those in you main picture that you use , i like the design?
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^^ he is currenly runnin x-terrains
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Dirty five all the way!!!
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whoa old topic.......35's back on......
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good thing too i dont have to drive over there and beat you with a stick saved me the time...
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i dont believe you, you wont do it
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^^ is that a challenge?
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I hate to be such a thread digger, but xp1ik99, did you ever do the bodylift crank with 35's? I can't see the pic but really want to.
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whoa old thread bump again

no body lift with 35's but i did go to 37's does that count???
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