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I have 31x10.5x15 on it right now. I want something bigger like 33" BFG M/T on new wheels. I don't know what width or wheel size will fit. To this point my truck is totally stock except nerf bars and K&N style fiter. I am willing to put a body lift on but I am not sure if a TB crank is a good idea. I had heard that 2" leveling keys can be put on the front end instead of the TB crank. Does anyone have any thoughts on this? By the way, if anyone knows a good online shop that sells tire and wheel combo's fairly priced give me a yell. Thanks...
 

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I called National Tire and Wheel to check prices on the 33x12.5x16.5 BFG M/T and Procomp series 1069 16x8 wheels. I was told by their techs that that combo would not work on my 2000 4x4 (3" BL, 2-3" TB crank). They said it would rub on the outside and also the tire would stick out too far. They also said that the 16.5" tire would not mate with a regular 16" wheel. I really like the 33" BFG M/T tires and the Procomp series 1069 wheels. What would be the best compromise between the two? I am not sure if 33x12.5x15 BFG M/T tires and a 15x8 or 15x10 wheels would work or if the back spacing would not be right. Anyone have any advise?
 

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ive got a 3 in BL and cranked torsion bars on my 00 dak CC 4x4. im running 33x12.50x15 pro comp Mts on the stock 15x8 wheels. i only rub the frame when im at full lock on steering. and the tires dont stick out past the fenders.
 

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Thanks for the post. I am struggling between choosing 33x12.5x15 or 32x11.5x15 bfg mt's. If I mount the tires on 15x8 procomps 1069's (BS 3.75") wouldn't the tires have to stick outside the factory fender flares? Stock wheels have a BS of 5.5" and I would be changing to BS of 3.75". It has to be able to pass vehicle inspection and i dont want to have to buy expensive aftermarket fender flares. I appreciate your response. I just want to be sure that everything fits good.
 
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