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Anyone with 20x12's and 33x13.50's?

Like the title says, I'm likely going to be changing to a 33x13.5 wide tire with my 20x12 wheels. Anyone out there have a setup like this? I'm curious how this will look...

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Re: Anyone with 20x12's and 33x13.50's?

ok...anyone with 20x12's and 33x12.50?

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Re: Anyone with 20x12's and 33x13.50's?

Neither one is my truck but here ya go




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good luck with that.. they dont make too many 33 1350 tires... lack of demand . got to step up to 35 if ya want 1350 i do believe
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Re: Anyone with 20x12's and 33x13.50's?

Mickey thompson atz is about the only 33x13.50 that's left (325/50-20), and at $414 a piece, I'll pass. That's why I'm kinda screwed now, I have to go with a 12.50 on my 14 wide rim but from the people I've spoke to it will be fine.

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good luck with that.. they dont make too many 33 1350 tires... lack of demand . got to step up to 35 if ya want 1350 i do believe
couldn't agree any more i would go with the 35 and personally i think it looks better but if not have fun and good luck finding those 33s at a reasonable price
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Mickey thompson atz is about the only 33x13.50 that's left (325/50-20), and at $414 a piece, I'll pass. That's why I'm kinda screwed now, I have to go with a 12.50 on my 14 wide rim but from the people I've spoke to it will be fine.
hey Ian123 do you have any pictures of your tires on those 14"wide wheels id like to see them!! And also there a guy trying to get 13.50 on 14" wide wheels and cant get them mounted how did u get yours mounted they used starting fluid to get mine seated but he said it wouldnt work he used 8 cans


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Re: Anyone with 20x12's and 33x13.50's?

is someone trying to build a superduty donk??
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hey Ian123 do you have any pictures of your tires on those 14"wide wheels id like to see them!! And also there a guy trying to get 13.50 on 14" wide wheels and cant get them mounted how did u get yours mounted they used starting fluid to get mine seated but he said it wouldnt work he used 8 cans
I don't have tires yet, but the guy I bought the rims from said something about leaving 2x4's in the tires to stretch them out

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https://powerstrokenation.com/forums/...99#post1762999 Okay i wasnt sure i saw that you had said something about them but i was trying to help this guy out but thanks!! but still would like to see some pics of your tuck when you get them on!!!


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