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Old 07-02-2013, 04:18 PM
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Originally Posted by patricklee85 View Post
My mistake! 4th Gens with 17s are not common where I live, shouldn't have made the assumption. In that case, 33s are definitely an improvement. Although, I maintain my own opinion that if you can fit it, run it. No one ever regrets that.
Yes for sure. It's a little detail that most people wouldn't pick up on. So no worries there.

But yes, I agree with your opinion about running a bigger tire size if you can. Especially on a lifted or leveled truck. But I understand that other people like other things and respect their opinions as well even if I don't like them.
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