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Old 04-24-2009
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Yep. A wider (then specified) wheel should give a lower overall height and wider section width.
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super swamper has a 33x15.50 if you really want to be replacing wheel bearings and CV shafts on a weekly basis..
pitbull has a 33x1450

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Old 05-09-2009
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Thanks for all your help, I picked up a set of 35x12.50R15s the other day new and mounted them up in my auto class. Came out real nice.
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