AT long last they are on. On something as big as a K-5 with stock 7" wheels they look a bit like pizza cutters. I replaced my Sport Kings with them, the Sport Kings were totally worn out, so my report is slightly biased. I noticed and immediate response as soon as I backed out of the garage. They required much less effort to turn and my K-5 seems to ride like a caddy now. It's amazing what differance new tires can make. They tend to wonder a bit above 80mph but under that they track straight and true. They corner much better than my old Sport Kings ever did and MUCH quiter. I was a little bit worried about them rubbing when we lowered the truck to the ground, so I carefully ran the steering wheel from lock to lock as I drove around the parking lot; no rubbing great, but off road? Well to answer that question I hit a mild trail on the way home. Nothing hard but some of the tight turns are catty-whompus and will definatly flex the suspension. I am happy to report that they didn't rub anywhere. However I must admit that I eased thru the trail, with nerves on edge just waiting for that wonderful sound of crunching metal. So we now know the answer, 33x10.50 don't rub on stock wheels, as long as ya don't try to win a race on yer local trail.