You got the right idea. ...just can't find good help these days.ludwis wrote:...on the templates the front cut is labeled "Front Cut Front Fender" I think it should be "Rear Cut Front Fender" based on the pictures from
bubaloo1983 wrote:It is the same trim ...
Someone will have to try it.wamason wrote:.I'm still wondering about 33x10.5x15's or 32x11.5x15's...Using 15x8 wheels with 4" of back spacing
...specs on the tires:
Overall Diameter - 32.7"
Section Width - 10.6"
Overall Diameter - 31.7"
Section Width - 11.4"
HenryJ wrote:.............................................. Any "guinea pigs" ready?
Blaze One wrote:hmmm... I thought you could run a 10.5" wide tire on the stock rims with out having to air them down ?, so you wont get uneven wear .
All of these concerns are making me wonder why I am even trying to fit a 10.5" tire , I should just listen to HJ and go with what is known to work , the 9.5 " tire . I know i wont miss the 1" , but would have liked to have a different choice when looking for tires . Decisions , Decisions .....
You can. I ran 31x10.5 tires on the stock rims. You won't get away with 40 lbs , and have them wear evenly across the tread though. The taller 33 inch tires may be a little more forgiving, but probably won't be able to run 40 lbs in them either.Blaze One wrote:hmmm... I thought you could run a 10.5" wide tire on the stock rims with out having to air them down ?...
I can't say for sure as I am not into winter boating. The power does still seem really good. I only pull occasionally, so a little loss is not a big deal, but I want to say that the difference will be minimal from what I feel right now.badandy2003cc4x4 wrote:...how is the power with the taller tires for towing such as a boat?
No. The rear is slightly higher.kermit wrote:...is your truck level, front to rear?
The Boise SpringWorks kit raised the back of mine 1.5" empty. I haven't taken and good measurements while loaded , lately, but it still sits slightly higher in the back. Pulling a trailer it sits level.kermit wrote:my tbars are already cranked (to the max, i believe, not positive though) and the truck is about level, i was wondering if the leafs would make that much of a difference?
just curious if it is worth the money
'preciate itHenryJ wrote:I have made mistakes and replaced parts. This is my attempt to steer everyone straight to the goal with out the side trips that I have taken.
I didn't try, but really don't think so. Those are really big tires. I think this set up is the lowest you can go and the maximum tire size. I think one person has tried 31x 10.5's without the body lift and had rubbing problems. I am sure that would mean the 33x9.50's would rub as much or even worse.ludwis wrote:...will the 33"x9.5" tires clear with the SKIDs flares but without the body lift?
Woo Hoo!ludwis wrote:We are one step closer...
f9k9 wrote:I'm not having any luck finding the BFGoodrich All Terrain T/A KO 33x9.50-15 tires at 4wheelparts or Summit. 4wheelparts has a sale going on too. I hope I am overlooking something.
:oops: I missed that too busy drooling over the pictures I guessWalt wrote:Looks like he followed in your footsteps...ludwis wrote:This is with the 2" body lift, flares, and new tires (33x9.5x15)
f9k9 wrote:Looks "sick"
What do you mean slower than most? Flares and BL in 12 hours is some sort of record
f9k9 wrote:Please tell me that you didn't do the flares in 6 hrs solo
ludwis wrote:.............I think I will need to get the fenders repainted due to the rubbing issues from the stock flares, at the very least they will need to be touched up.
Something like this?f9k9 wrote:... I am now rubbing the front inner fender. It is at the center of the front inner fender that is located flush against the firewall.
f9k9 wrote:.............Out of curiosity, how would you go about sliding the cab rearwards once the mounting bolts were loosened?
HenryJ wrote:Missed it.
I don't know what would work the best. Maybe a pry bar in the right place? I can't say for sure there would be anything to gain. It was just an idea.
f9k9 wrote:f9k9 wrote:.............Out of curiosity, how would you go about sliding the cab rearwards once the mounting bolts were loosened?
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