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33x 10.5 with a 1 and 1/4 inch t bar crank?

I need to get new tires for my truck and am contemplaiting between 32x11.5 and 33x10.5. I know that I can fit 32s on a minor t bar crank. What i need to know is how much i will need to crank the t bars the fit the 33's, and which size you think i should go with(32 or 33). btw the truck is a 2000 xlt 4x4 with 60,000 miles and has never been wheeled
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im clearing 33 12.5s with cranked tbars
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33x10.50s will fit better on stock 15x7s. I guess it kind of depends on how/where you plan to use the truck. But I would say if you're running 15x7s get 33x10.50s, and if you're getting aftermarket wheels (15x8) get 32x11.50s.

33x12.50s won't clear well if you actually use the truck off road, the suspension will still bottom out (yes even with the bars cranked) and they will rub. Plus they look stuffed and terrible (in my opinion) on a ranger without a real lift.
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I would get 32's They still look good and would be more functional on a non lifted truck!!
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32's no crank here
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Do 32's. This is 32x11.5x15 on a 15x8 rim.
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my 33s dont rub unless i flex to far. but other than that they dont rub and i go offroad at least once a week
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I would go 32x11.50's. 10.50's in a 33 are just too narrow.
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