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Pic's request 32's vs 33's no bl

I'm trying to figure out which tire will look better. I'm going with a max tbar crank and 2" shackles until I have time to do a body lift. If any one has pictures with 32's and or 33's with no body lift it would help me out choosing a mud tire.
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depending on what wheels you have you might have rubbing problems with 33s
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I've got bigger leafs and leveling coils, so i'm about at a t-bar crank with 32's. I don't rub, but then again, i really never turn it to the lock.

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Alcoa's
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Figure it out for yourself, They aren't much different.
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32s on a 15x7. Tbar crank and AAL
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Same offset and back spacing.
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15x7 Alcoa's with 32x11.50x15 KM2's

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this is jasons (chevyslayer925) truck before he sold it he was running 33s with the wheels that are on my truck now with next to no tbar crank and min rubbing off road
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not trying to hate cuz i think all those trucks look good but if your going to go off road and hit spots where you need to flex out what good is a 33 thats barely tucked?
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not trying to hate cuz i think all those trucks look good but if your going to go off road and hit spots where you need to flex out what good is a 33 thats barely tucked?
the only thing jasons truck rubbed on was the back the fender flare. he would only pop the bottom push clip out and he flexed that truck hard enough to have a tire off the ground
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i dont know how you guys do that cause i rubbed 32's when i was superlifted.....i guess it all depends on your meaning of "off road"
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i dont know how you guys do that cause i rubbed 32's when i was superlifted.....i guess it all depends on your meaning of "off road"


my brothers 85 rubbed 35s at full flex with 9inches of lift
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I use my truck as a dd and to play in the mud a bit so I don't really need to tuck them.
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It looks like chevyslayer925 had to trim the flares in the back.
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32's are fine.

I had 33's on my old ranger with the tbars maxed and shackles and I rubbed all the time offroad.
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33s no lift
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red has 33s and black has 32" mt's, both have no lift
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2" aal maxxed t-bars and 33s
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It looks like chevyslayer925 had to trim the flares in the back.
no he removed the mud flaps that were molded into the flares
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33s t-bar crank to level out....

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Are those 33 12.50 15?
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Are those 33 12.50 15?
If your asking me they are 285/75/16 or roughly 33x11.5
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Right on your truck looks great!
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Thank you!
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32x11.5x15 15x8 wheels Tbar crank no rubbing.

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33x12.50 15
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