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Old 03-26-2011, 01:47 AM
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33" tires

just found out i can get some brand new 31 or 33 inch tires he couldnt remember what they were for $400 will they work on a stock height 76 f150 4x4.
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yeah as long as the rim size is correct
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33's will fit, and look good.
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yea go for it. what brand of tires are they?
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I was running 33x14.50x15 all terrains on my stock height 78 F150 flatbed for a while. They fit the front fine but they would hit the flatbed under suspension compression. Probably would have been fine with a stock truck bed.
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thanks i was just wondering if they'll rub or not, any pictures of one
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Just gonna repost these from the flatbed thread:

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My avatar pic is my stock heighth '76 swb 4x4 riding on '33s, no problems, I think '35s would fit actually.
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These are 38.5x11.00x15's On brand new springs. I did minimal fender trimming to make them fit. So 33's shouldn't be an issue.

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that truck looks to be higher than stock though... are those supposed to be brand new stock coils? 35's will NOT fit mine.
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Mine? If so I doubt they are anything but the original coils. I may be wrong about 35s fitting but there seems to be enough room just looking at it.
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I managed to fit 35x12.5x15 mickey T's under my stock height 77 f100 4x4 with no guard contact.
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maybe it will depend on the size of your tires and your offset.
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My springs are 100% original ride height from napa. With a shock that is 1 inch too short. Still waiting for them to get me the right shat. They will rub on hard bumps but not in ordinary driving. Even with the tires cranked to full lock.
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