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33's on stock rim?

Discussion in 'Tires & Wheels' started by drshakenbreak, August 8, 2006.

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  1. drshakenbreak

    drshakenbreak New Member

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    I have a 92 sport 4wd, and want to make it a mudder, but im on a low budget and want to be able to mud within a yr. Im gonna be gettin a 3" BL so i can fit bigger tires. but since im only gonna be able to spend around 1000 by then i want to get 33's for my stock 5x7 rims for every day for better milage. Eventually i want to get the 5.5" superlift and 15x10 rims with 35-40 inch tires. I know ill prolly have to trim but im not worried about that. I was wondering if i should go with 33x10.5x15, 33x9.5x15, or 33x11.5x15??? which of these will fit the rim? im hoping for a kind of wide tire cuz i like the way they look. I know ill prolly end up blowin somthing while muddin, but im not worried about that either cuz i plan to completely rebuild everything and make it all pretty much new.
     
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  3. Texplorer

    Texplorer Well-Known Member

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    I ran a 33/12.50 on my stock rim for months with no problems whatsoever.
     
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    jwrezz Elite Snow Shoveler Elite Explorer

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    If you have 1000 bux, I got the eagle rims and kumho tires for a hair over 100 bux each. So $850 for rims and tires That will leave enough money left over for the body lift! But to keep it cheep, I'm sure that 33x12.5 wouldn't be a problem on your stock rims, but if you can find cheap 33x10.5's then get em.
     

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