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Well, I decided to ditch the 33's (pics).

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by BizeeB65, Jan 2, 2007.

  1. BizeeB65

    BizeeB65 1/2 ton status

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    Finally sold my 33" TSL's and bought some 35" BFG Muds from 4WP when they were on sale. They got here in like 3 days! :eek1: Anyways... I predict some fender trimming in the near future. Take a look, click on a pic to enlarge.


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  2. 84CUCV

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    Looks good!
     
  3. Chevy305

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    Looks good!

    And what do you know, I got new tires too.
    Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ
     
  4. Uncle Fester

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    Looks FABULOUS! I went to 35x12.50x15s on my truck too, but I chose the Dunlop Radial Mud Rovers for mine....so far these tires rock, at least in the deep, loose snow we had here in Cheyenne the last week.:bow:
     
  5. BizeeB65

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    thanks for the complements! I dont have to worry about the snow here in Louisville. Mud is more my problem than anything, but I also needed a good highway tire.
     
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    Looking good. So good I am now forced to buy 37's. :D
     
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    quick question. I was looking through some of your pics and was wondering if you had the 6in lift with the 33s on? or was it 4? thanks
     
  8. BizeeB65

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    6" lift with 33's.. now 35's..
     

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