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Tire size pictures.

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Gold Rush, Jun 22, 2000.

  1. Gold Rush

    Gold Rush 1/2 ton status

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    If you have been wanting to know what size tire will look good on your rig then click here http://www.goldrush.coloradok5.com . Click on " tire size pictures". I took some time awhile back and swapped around some P235/75R15, 31" and my 33's and 36's that I run. If you click on the thumbnails they lead you to a larger picture.

    Enjoy,
    David 75K5

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  2. ggallin13

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    Cool! The 36's really look better, huh? By the way, where did you get those cool black mirrors?
     
  3. behemoth

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    Where'd you find the Uniroyal Larado A/T? That'e exactly what I have on my truck! I have one that's in bad shape and I need to replace it!

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    Nice job, thanks to you I just decided to buy larger tires. You would think I could look at one picture without it costing me $1000!! Actually I've been trying to decide for a while if I should move up from my 33's and those pictures helped a lot. Thanks!

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  5. Gold Rush

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    Somebody drove up one day and said would you like to have this? They were moving from down the block and saw that I had the same style rims and asked if I wanted it for a spare. How lucky can a guy get?

    David 75K5

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  6. Gold Rush

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    The mirrors are from a mid 80's Blazer that I just drilled the required holes in the door and mounted. I spray painted the mirrors along with the other accessories on my rig.


    David 75K5

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  7. Gold Rush

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    Just keep in mind that I have trimmed my fenders for the 36's to clear under full flex and they are only on 8" wide rims.

    David 75K5

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  8. Kiblsnbits

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    Hey gold rush, Are the 33's on 8 inch rims too? Thats the setup that I want, and was just wondering what they looked like with 8' rims. I like the wagon wheels too!

    Blazer: A hole in the air, surrounded by metal, into which one pours money
     
  9. Gold Rush

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    The 33X12.5X15 Cavalier Mud Kings are on the same type of 8"X15" white spoke rims as my 36X12.5X15 TSL Swampers are. The rims were $26.95 each including shipping from Summit. I usually run the 33's during the week and then swap to the 36's for the weekend. Having 2 sets of tires makes the swampers last several times longer than running them everyday.

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