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Old 02-15-2010, 07:42 PM   #1
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What size are the oem chrome wheels on a 1995 f150 4x4, also can I fit 33's on them
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Mine is 15x7.5. Check the sticker on your driver side door jamb. It will list the OEM tires and wheels along with more information.

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Could I fit 33's?
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Could I fit 33's?
I would guess you would have to trim a little or get a body lift. Maybe a couple inches. I'm getting some 31's and new wheels. I don't think I can pull 33's off.
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You think I could get away with a 1.5 inch levelling kit because I really hate the way body lifts look but don't want to shell out for suspension lift.
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Will stock rims even handle 33's
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Will stock rims even handle 33's
If you use the 9.50 wide you can use the stock. The 12.50 are a little wide for a 7 inch rim most tire makers recommend sticking to within 3 inches either way of the tire width. Using a wider wheel than tire can lead to more rim damage and a greater possibility of popping a bead. Using a narrower rim will protect the rim better and help prevent bead loss though it will cause the tire to squirm and deflect from the center of the rim.
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Would a 10.5 be pushing it
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BF Goodwrench makes a 33x10.5 and that would be fine on a 7.5" rim. I've been eyeing their KM2's in 31x10.5, just haven't convinced myself to drop 800 bucks on a set.
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Ya I was wanting to get the 33 km2 but can't afford the tires and new rims
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