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Old 10-02-2012, 06:56 PM
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Originally Posted by OfcrFr View Post
So I have read this thread from front to back, there is a lot of great info on here that answered almost all of my questions. I just want to make sure my new tire purchase will fit my current set up. So here it is...

2007 Big Horn 4x4 with the factory 20x9. I will be adding the HBS 2.5 level up front, (I want to keep close to an OEM look just a beefy leveled appearance) I was going to get the 33x12.50r20 either Toyo OC M/T's or Nitto Mud Graps, I know you need spacers for 35" but I dont like the stuffed look with the leve. Will I still need spacers with the 33" tires? If so do I need them on all 4 wheels? If I dont need the spacers can I still put them on the rear without causing any issues? (I like a little poke).

Thanks in advance guys this forum has given a first time truck modder alot of good info on everything. Time to get out of the shadows I guess and start getting some pictures up!
Anything wider than 285/xx/20, will require a spacer of some sort
There is no way around this
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