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will 32's fit on 15x7 stock wheel

have 31x1050x15 BFG a/t's on stock alcoa 15x7 wheel

can i put a 32x11.5x15 on this wheel ?

and has anyone done this.. can i see what it will look like ?
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redneck stone had that exact set up.
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You can put it on no problem.

The only problem I've thought about it center wear. But as long as you run at a slightly lower air pressure I would imagine the contact patch would be fine.

Plus it'll flat out look better.

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i didnt want to start a new thread cause my question is similar...

can i run 33x12.5x15 with stocks or any 33 at that?
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some people dont recommend over a 1250 tire on a 7 inch wide rim yes it can be dont but the wear will be different
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it might not look so graet but you can do it. heck i got 31 10.50s on 10 inch wheels.
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A guy I wheel with here has 37x14.50s on a 15x8" wheel, never heard of him losing a bead either
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nice! cause i got the chrome wheels and i like them for now.
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i didnt want to start a new thread cause my question is similar...

can i run 33x12.5x15 with stocks or any 33 at that?
and to answer your thread hijack...

here stock alcoa's on Bills old level II with 33x12.5x15


http://www.zeebone.com/gallery/d/15440-3/33s6.jpg

http://www.zeebone.com/gallery/d/15445-3/33s5.jpg

http://www.zeebone.com/gallery/d/15448-3/33s4.jpg

http://www.zeebone.com/gallery/d/15457-3/33s1.jpg
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Was Bills truck sitting stock height or he have a lift ?
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I thought his were 33x10.5
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I thought his were 33x10.5
Looking at his pics and looking at mine, they look wider than my 10.50
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Was Bills truck sitting stock height or he have a lift ?
stock only "lift" is t-bar crank...


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I thought his were 33x10.5
what is your problem lately no i am just posting wrong info for the hell if it?

i was there when he bought them, help him find them for a good price even...

heres is a side wall pic





also here is EXCATLY 10 days later with the same tires on 15x10 with the body lift that i helped install along with a few other RF members...





here is 11 days later...






Trent idk what your problem is lately but knock it off..
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stock only "lift" is t-bar crank...
Yeah I knew that's a t-bar crank. Just wanted to make sure before I went ahead with a purchase. Thanks
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if you go with anything but STOCK wheels it will rub.. ALSO that size on stock wheels wears HORRIBLE... i dont recommended it he only had it mounted for 10 days... because we where gonna do his body lift..
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Both me and and my brother had 33x12.50's on 15x7 rims and had no problems with them. I'm gonna stick with the stock wheels until I can get a susp. lift.
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Nice truck roxbury. Reminds me of mine last year before the lift.
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Both me and and my brother had 33x12.50's on 15x7 rims and had no problems with them. I'm gonna stick with the stock wheels until I can get a susp. lift.
your not gonna have problems the tires will not wear right as in the center will wear faster. it just wont make complete contact with the road
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stock only "lift" is t-bar crank...




what is your problem lately no i am just posting wrong info for the hell if it?

i was there when he bought them, help him find them for a good price even...

heres is a side wall pic





also here is EXCATLY 10 days later with the same tires on 15x10 with the body lift that i helped install along with a few other RF members...





here is 11 days later...






Trent idk what your problem is lately but knock it off..
I was just asking to make sure you didnt make a typo. I guess your perfect and don't make mistakes.
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