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7" wide rim with 10.5" wide tire, will it work?

I'm looking to put my 33"x10.5" BFG A/T's onto my rims for the Bronco. The rims are 7" wide. They've worked fine on the Ranger with the 8" wide rim, will they be alright on the 7" wide rim?
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yes they will fit dont know if you will have any other problems though
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my buddy has 33 12.50 on a 7 inch wide rim on his jeep....the only problem he has is rubbing.
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yeah they'll be fine i had 31 X 11.50s on my 7inch rim
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they should be fine
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I'm looking to put my 33"x10.5" BFG A/T's onto my rims for the Bronco. The rims are 7" wide.
You're OK. BFG's recommended wheel width range for 33x10.50R15 A/T's is 7"~9".
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Good to know, thanks for the info guys.
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10.5" wide tires come stock on Level IIs and they have 7" wheels.
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i had my 31x10.5 bfg's on my stock edge rims with no problem and i think they are 7 inches too
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why such little guys??? come on man...throw some 36s on there or try to fit 38s!
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lol, I'm switching my 33's to the Bronco, and putting the 31's on the Ranger. I'll be fitting something larger on the Bronco when I have the money.
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