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Hey guys thanks for reading. I plan on Leveling my 1500 soon and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for some new Rubber? I'm going with a 33" on my stock 17" rims. I do a lot of highway driving to work, but i want something aggressive and also looks:smileup: badazz.
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I have the exact same truck too bad you cant level them persay they make a torsion bar kit but its not like the 06 and up with the coil over front suspenion that u can put the leveling blocks on. All i did was crank my torsion bars al the way up and i run 35x12.50s no rubing at all (nito trail gapplers) u get a stiffer ride but its alot cheaper and easier than installing the spacers. As far as running stock rims i tried that with my 35s couldnt keep the thing on the road at highway speeds need the offset to counter the wheel size may not be so bad with 33s though
 

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Toyo M/T. They have a nice agressive look and are quiet on the highway. They last pretty long too.
 

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I have 33x12.5 Cepek FC-II on the stock 20's, they look super wicked, are quiet on the hwy, good in the snow and wear pretty good, 8000kms on them and very little wear so far! probably will get a set of 35's in the summer with 18" wheels and use these with the stock wheels in the winter. Hope that helps!
 

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I have 33x12.5 Cepek FC-II on the stock 20's, they look super wicked, are quiet on the hwy, good in the snow and wear pretty good, 8000kms on them and very little wear so far! probably will get a set of 35's in the summer with 18" wheels and use these with the stock wheels in the winter. Hope that helps!
Do you have a pic? Did you have to use wheel spacers? thanks
 

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Nitto Trail grappler M/Ts look bad ass in person and aren't that loud. I don't run them personally yet, but I am getting them within about a week. You should be able to crank up the torsion bars and run a 35x12.

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I put torsion key spacers and then cranked the bars up another inch and put some 285/70/r17 bfg mud terrains on it and they are amazing in the mud. I pulled a 2wd chevy 2500 with all terrains through about 40 yards of some thick stuff and then another 100 to a dry spot with no problems. I can easily clear 35s though so im pretty upset i got 33s haha. Theyre very quiet for mud terrains and look sick. Gimme your email ill shoot you a pic. Ive put 7k miles on them and they havent barely warn down yet. Think ill be able to pull just under 30k miles out of em.
 

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I ran Mickey Thompson ATZs on my truck for over 60k miles. Still got decent tread left. I just took them off for some Nitto TRail Grapplers for better offroad bite. On my 04, I put well over 50k on Dick Cepek FCIIs, maybe even 60k on them when I traded the truck in on my truck I have now. I did have issues with spacing so I had to go to an aftermarket wheel.
 
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