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Old 02-10-2008, 08:34 AM
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33's on 20's 2.5 leveling only!

Is their anyone out there that has 33/12.5/20 toyo mt's with only leveling kit on 05screw? I'm debating whether to go with only leveling kit or to get 35's with 6" lift??? please help with possibly life threatning dilema.
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Old 02-10-2008, 09:42 AM
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if moneys not an issue go w/ 6in fabtech coilovers and 37s
but if moneys a lil tight leveling kit and 33s will hold u over for a bit.
i have 33/12.5R20 nitto tg's on 20 mm951. i wish i saved a bit longer and went bigger
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No doubt, if you are even considering a 6 inch lift, go with it. If you don't, you will be listing those 33's in the classifieds in a couple of months and wanting recommendations on whether to go with 35's or 37's.
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Old 02-10-2008, 12:30 PM
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No doubt, if you are even considering a 6 inch lift, go with it. If you don't, you will be listing those 33's in the classifieds in a couple of months and wanting recommendations on whether to go with 35's or 37's.
sold... so the biggest tire i'll consider going with would be a 35, that being said, what the minimum lift i would need? i'm trying not too compromise the smooth ride factor! Is there a diff in suspension lift than a body lift?
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Old 02-10-2008, 06:37 PM
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nuff said! this is 2.5 leveling only on 33's by 12.50/ 20's???? how do you compare the tires to the toyo mt's. Truck is bad *** by the way!!
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Old 02-10-2008, 06:41 PM
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PimpRohr...

I don't me to hi-jack the thread but what kind of camera are you using Pimp? You always seem to take a right picture.
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Coopers have same tread as TOYO MT.
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Old 02-11-2008, 01:11 AM
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I have 20'' Incubus wheels with 33'' Toyo MT's and the truck has a 2.5'' leveling kit. I love it.

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I have 35's [Toyo MT's] on 20" MM's with just a level kit.

Post pics of your 35's with level kits and aal or block in the back!!!!!!!
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pimp! how is it that your wheels stick out as much?
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Coopers have same tread as TOYO MT.
No they don't.
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I have 35's [Toyo MT's] on 20" MM's with just a level kit.

Post pics of your 35's with level kits and aal or block in the back!!!!!!!
grubrunner, are your tires rubbing at all?? i've been debating whether to get 33's on 20's or 35's on 20! before 6" lift, is it possible to get the 35's with only leveling for now, then get the lift? that way i save some money on tires versus getting 33's for now the purchasing 35's later?? what u think??
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No they don't.
I've had both, they are very similar that I would call them the same tread pattern. They side lugs are different, the tread pattern is nearly identical.

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grubrunner, are your tires rubbing at all?? i've been debating whether to get 33's on 20's or 35's on 20! before 6" lift, is it possible to get the 35's with only leveling for now, then get the lift? that way i save some money on tires versus getting 33's for now the purchasing 35's later?? what u think??
No rubbing issues at all.

35" tires on 20" rims will fill that wheel well out a tad more but the looks, IMHO, are a lot better.

Many here have 35" tires on 20" wheels with no issues.

Go this route and you'll be very happy.

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