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Anyone running 35" tires with 373 gears and pulling 10,000 lbs. I have 33's and was thinking of going to 35's but don't want to kill my pulling power. With the 33's I have plenty of power but the tires look so small on my truck.

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They get a little louder with the weight, that's all. I run BFG All Terrain 35's and pull my 19,000lb Komatsu backhoe all the time. Don't know what my GCVW is but I'm sure DOT man wouldn't like it.

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Thank you fellows for the response. That's why I love these forums. Y'all have helped me decide to go ahead with 35's. I will post some pictures when I get new tires. I'm sure my truck will look better with the wheel wells filled. 33's just look to small after I put the lift on.

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Only negative is it seems they wear a little faster than smaller ones. The stock 275/70's would get maybe 20k but I'm lucky to get 15k out of 12.50x35's.
 

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I normally get 45,000 out of B.F.Goodrich A/T's which are 35". I've run these off and on since 2003. make sure you keep the tire inflated properly and rotate the every 5000 miles.
 
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