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Pic Request: 33x10.5

Looking for pics of 33x10.5 tires on stock suspension with tbar crank. I really don't want to BL and a suspension lift is to expensive right now. Also what are your thoughts on 33x10.5 for wheeling with stock suspension? Will it limit flex etc.? I would probably go with bfg km2 with extra siping since I snowboard alot. I see a good amount of offroading as well but cant justify spending the money right now for more upgrades. Oh yeah I have 4.10 gears and most likely get rid of the steelies and put the stock alloys. The steelies are heavy.
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I hope he doesn't mind me posting it, but I believe Ace had 33s with just a crank for a while..

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Acortez post up a picture of your truck please!
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My old truck.

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mikerider, how did they do offroad. Any rubbing?
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mikerider, how did they do offroad. Any rubbing?
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Never had them rub hard, on this hill climb I was on the rear bump stop on the passenger side and it just touched the fender flare (that may be because my bedside was bent in .5 in) but other then under max rear flex they never touched the fenders or rubbed, even with the front anti-sway bar disconnected
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Fresh out the shop with 33x10.50 KM2's on stock suspension with T bar crank.
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DSFD506 looks good. What are your thoughts on the tire? How does it look from the front? Do they look too skinny?
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Check out my thread on them for more pics.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...new-shoes.html

They seem to ride smooth and quiet. Granted i've only driven about 30 mins on them so far. They are skinny but I don't think they look bad.
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I wasn't sure if 33's would fit with just a T-bar crank.

I think i'll have to pick some up next time I need tires.
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Well before I had fit 33x12.50's with a little bit of rubbing. Also keep in mind my truck has F T-bars too.
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