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33x10.50x15 on stock suspension..

Well with great thanks to LILBLue and the convincing of the tires.. we added the 33's to our level 2..it looks like a minilil blue... i love the ride and the noise is hardly there not neer as bad as the 235/75/15 bfg mudders on there before. heres some pics. Also the Level 2 stickers got discarded.


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looks sweet, fills those wells nicely
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yes they do!
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fills it right in..

good choice too
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ya thoes look really nice
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Looks awesome, good work.
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Lookin' good Bryce....Now tell everyone what you paid for 'em! LOL
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lol..lets say about 900$ Canadian installed so thats like 600-700american i think
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looks great, i never saw anyone remove the lvl2 stickers before.
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yea well they took away fropm teh truck..i ddint like them the gf didnt so..it was said and done..stickers..GOne lol but the 06 emblems are on there way
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The truck looks good
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thanks bro
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i love the color of ur truck.
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Looks awesome, I may do that to mine. But I wouldn't remove my level II stickers...it's almost like a badge of honor as long as you use your truck for off-roading.
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Nice...

Looks good...
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thats on the stock suspension? that looks great!
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I took off the Lvl II stickers as well, I didn't mind them, but when I got in an accident, the choice of paying like $50 for one didn't agree with me when I didn't think they added much. Besides, I'll let the tires, rack, lights, and rock sliders speak for the off road ability of the truck. I think they talk louder than the stickers would have.

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exactly..ive had ppl in rangers stop and ask aboutt he truck and its been what 2 days lol one guy swerved into oncoming traffic staring at the truck..stupid guy..the colour is awsome eye catching!
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see i'm confused, Maybe the LV2's have a bigger suspension then the XLT 4x4. I stuck 31's on my stock susp. removed the Mudflaps and I still rubbed in U-Turns. I have my torsion bars cranked completely up and when I turn my wheels in and out of the wheel well there is no way in hell a 33 would fit with my stock fenders. i dunno, looks killer though man
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see i'm confused, Maybe the LV2's have a bigger suspension then the XLT 4x4. I stuck 31's on my stock susp. removed the Mudflaps and I still rubbed in U-Turns. I have my torsion bars cranked completely up and when I turn my wheels in and out of the wheel well there is no way in hell a 33 would fit with my stock fenders. i dunno, looks killer though man

I am with you man, i am confused on the whole tire thing.. i am looking at BFG's now for my truck on stock suspension... i want to get 32 or 33's but dont know what will fit.. also i want to keep stock rims for winter and get new ones in the summer so what size tire should i get for our rims???? sorry me confused
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I know you can fit 32's with a full torsion crank, I dunno, the only way to find out is to try
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Blurple, you left the torsion bars (suspension) at stock height? Cuz those fit perfrect
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i didnt touch a friggen thing..100% stock.. torsion bars..didnt touch them..it doesnt rub what so ever when i turn sharp..i tested it out.
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Sexy LVL2
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ok well heres another picture for ya all...this is the 235 bfg mud beside the 33 just for a size comparison.

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