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want to know conversion tried conversion calcs already

im trying to find out what size tires 33x12.0/16's are in Pmetric i tried a conversion calc and got like 318/68/16
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closest tire you will get offered is a 305x70x16
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33X12.5/16 = 285/75/16

EDIT.... Had a brain fart... that's a 33" but it's only 11.5 wide... sorry. lol
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285 75 16 are pretty close to.
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33X12.5/16 = 285/75/16

Tire size is not exact... a 33" tire is actually 32.8".
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285 75 16 are pretty close to.
Sorry boys

285x75x16 = 32.8x11.2x16


305x70x16 = 32.8x12x16



you guys like them tall and skinny i take it lol...
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Sorry boys

285x75x16 = 32.8x11.2x16


305x70x16 = 32.8x12x16



you guys like them tall and skinny i take it lol...
I had a brain fart.... get off my back. lol

Why not just run 33X12.5/16? lol
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not on your back um tall skinny and back ... um lets leave it there lol
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well i was looking at getting new rims and tires but i was going to switch to 15 inch rims but then i seen a picture of stock rims like mine with some good meat wrapped around them so now my biggest question is if i do a 3in BL can i fit 285/75/16? and my Tbars are turned so the truck sits level
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my biggest question is if i do a 3in BL can i fit 285/75/16? and my Tbars are turned so the truck sits level
Lift wise yes... you can run a 33x11.5 with a 3" BL.
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ok so as long as i get the 3in bl i can run 285/75/16 the change from 15 to 16 inch rims wont matter?


thanks for the quick replies also
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ok so as long as i get the 3in bl i can run 285/75/16 the change from 15 to 16 inch rims wont matter?


thanks for the quick replies also
wtf... with body lift you want 305x70x16 ...

you cant put a 16" tire on a 15" rim if you want 15" rims just get 33x12.5x15
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x2 zach.... i can run 285's on my stock height w/o a t crank or anyting. im not sure thats the only prob with 16's. with 15's there are alot more tire size options
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x2 zach.... i can run 285's on my stock height w/o a t crank or anyting. i believe a 315/70 if im not mistaken
305x70x16....


with a 315 you are talking 35's
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ok well getting a 3inch body lift and turning my tbars so that it sits level what is max tire size i can put on without rubbing?
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Post #2 #6 #12 #14 IN THIS THREAD it was answered for you 4 times... read..

and there is a thread called the tire chart size its in wheels and tires stickyed says the same thing post #2 #6 #12 #14 does
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Post #2 #6 #12 #14 IN THIS THREAD it was answered for you 4 times... read..

and there is a thread called the tire chart size its in wheels and tires stickyed says the same thing post #2 #6 #12 #14 does
Indeed....he's right ^^
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