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Pic Request 32's and 33's

Ok, my dads approaching time for some new tires

would like to see on STOCK height or shackles and t-bar crank tucks only, and 15x7 rims (he has alcoas)

32x11.50
33.10.50
33.12.50

i have been searching for about 40 mins with no such luck. i know 04LVL2 had 33s on alcoas but i cant find the pic. thanks!
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Justin. I ran a similar set up for a while with 15x8's I had 32's w/ maxed t-bars, and aal's and shackles to make it level. I ran both because of the weight of the cap. Your dad has a cap doesn't he?

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I actually kinda miss the clean and simple look of the truck like it was in these pictures.
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You shut your mouth Mike. Your truck looks great, lol.
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Here is my truck stock on 32x11.5x15 Goodyear MTR's. T-bars were cranked about 4 full turns each side. Wheels are 15x8 but you get the idea.





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my 33x10.5s
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yes mikerider, very nice i like
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yes mikerider, very nice i like
thanks man they have been great so far no rub even at full lock and rear bottom out.
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100% stock suspension on 265x75r16 about a 32x10.50
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Here is my truck stock on 32x11.5x15 Goodyear MTR's. T-bars were cranked about 4 full turns each side. Wheels are 15x8 but you get the idea.





Man, I hate to say it, but every time you post pictures, it makes me like the chrome DC-1's more.
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33x12.50 R15
stock suspension
FTMFW

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Seriously Justin...


Mine.. you know whats on it..




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Bills Truck 33x12.5x15 on Alcoa's t-bar level...














I leave RF for like 6 hours and you lose your mind and cant find anything..
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jeez pic *****, i know yours, thanks for bills pics though!
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I say 32x11.5 if you aren't going to do shackles or t-bar crank. If you are I vote 33x10.5.
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Man, I hate to say it, but every time you post pictures, it makes me like the chrome DC-1's more.
I could post pictures of it dirty if that will make you go back to hating them.... JK thanks again.
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Not to thread jack or anything but if you were to run a 33x12.50 on a 15x7 would you have really bad wear in the middle? Or would it wear about the same?
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Not to thread jack or anything but if you were to run a 33x12.50 on a 15x7 would you have really bad wear in the middle? Or would it wear about the same?
it wouldnt wear completely correct...


i vote 32x11.5x15 best size... 33x10.5 looks great from the side but from front and back its just ugly..
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it wouldnt wear completely correct...


i vote 32x11.5x15 best size... 33x10.5 looks great from the side but from front and back its just ugly..
I really want some 33x11.50 on some alcoas. I may be looking to sell/trade my teardrops for some alcoas in the next few months. Sell the teardrops with some worn out rt/s.
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back when it was stock had 33/12.5/r15 on 15x7 steal wheels oh and a t bar crank
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Mine has 265-75-16 which are just under 32 x10.5

T-bar crank and 2" AAL in rear.



Yeah I know not EXACTLY what you were askin for ....call me a *****.
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100% stock suspension on 265x75r16 about a 32x10.50
haha looks just like my truck when we go ridin wr450 on the passenger side and ttr125 on driverside edit: nevrmind yours is a yz 85? just saw that


but my vote is a 32 cuz it looks good from bothe front and side
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