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Wanting to put 33 12.50 tires on my 2008. It has a 1.5in leveling kit, tires are half tread toyo m/t mounted on 18in xd wheels. Has anyone had this big of a tire under there 2wd without a lift? I dont want to rip a fender off.


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I have a 97 with a 2" leaviling kit and on 33s

1997 club cab long bed auto 150k miles, 2wd( for now), straight pipe, 2" leveling kit,33',
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Wanting to put 33 12.50 tires on my 2008. It has a 1.5in leveling kit, tires are half tread toyo m/t mounted on 18in xd wheels. Has anyone had this big of a tire under there 2wd without a lift? I dont want to rip a fender off.
I have a 2012 Dodge 3500 Dually 2wd.
I'm running 305/40-24 's on AF wheels.
That's about 33.6in tall and 11.5 wide and they clear the rear of the front fender well by a whisker. rears no problem.
I'd think you'd be fine.

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I have a 97 with a 2" leaviling kit and on 33s
How much clearance room in the fender area do you have??


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I've got 275/70/18's (33.2"tall ) on my stock suspension 2007 2wd (same width and backspacing as stock 17s). You will be fine on height, but the width will potentially make it rub. It's probably somewhat dependent on offset/backspace though.

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It won't let me download pics from my phone on here. I'll use a tape messure tomarrow and let you know

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It won't let me download pics from my phone on here. I'll use a tape messure tomarrow and let you know
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