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Old 01-11-2012, 01:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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33's with a 2in Leveling kit

I have an 04 Dodge 2500 and I am going to be purchasing new wheels and tires soon. I think I am going to go a Procomp series 6001 wheels in 18x9.5 and im trying to decide what tire to go with and size. Im thinking a 33x12.50 or something equivilant to that. So any opinions on tires or what size tires and definately pictures or your set ups would be appreciated. Thanks.
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99' SD with 2" leveling kit and 35's X-terrain

I know this is a Ford but it does have the cummins in it. Anyways wheel wells are pretty comparable. So this is mine with a 2" coil spacer and 35" X-terrains.



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My buddy has a 06 on Nitto Trail Grapplers, It looks super good. His tire size is 33x12.50 with a level on the front. Ill see if I can get pics
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295/70/17 or 33x12.50

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