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Tire size after spindles and t-bar crank

So i put on a 3 1/2" spindles in the front and 4" blocks on the back, should i stick with 33/12.5 or can i move up to 35/12.5. I don't want the to be any rub at all. Just wanted to see what you guys think.
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i'd stick with 33x12.5's to be on the safe side, although 35's are possible
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You have a stepside?
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33's are the best bet if you dont want any rubbing
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You have a stepside?
according to his screen name im assuming he has a 06. you must of forget 04 was the last year for the flareside.
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I didnt even think of that well I would stick with 33's then
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you must of forget 04 was the last year for the flareside.

You know I never realized that.... that kinda sucks, i like the flaresides.
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34x10.50 LTB superswamper
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whats wrong with flareside not fittin 33's
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He's saying that if you have a flareside w/ those mods you can stick 35s on

But yea stay with the 33s
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BWHAHAHAHA can we say PIZZA cutter!
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