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  1. jerrybizzle
    12-23-2011 09:30 PM - permalink
    jerrybizzle
    They do make 33x12.50 also, but they seemed higher priced. I would go to this site and compare these 3 sizes. 285/65/18, 295/65/18 and 305/65/18. Keep in mind if you keep the stock wheels they are 7.5 inches wide, which can be a limiting factor. People do run wider than recommended but just something to keep in mind.
    http://www.1010tires.com/TireSizeCal...?action=submit
  2. jerrybizzle
    12-22-2011 09:35 AM - permalink
    jerrybizzle
    Well depending on if u have stock wheels or not, u can fit up to 35 inch tire on stock wheel, but I wouldn't recommend it. It will kill your mileage and performance. What size wheels do u have and do u plan on staying with the stock wheels. Backspacing and offset of the wheels plays a huge role in what will and will not fit. I have a 2 inch level on my 06 and like how it turned out. I will probably go with 295/70/17 next time which is just over a 33. What year is your truck? Depending on year it can require more or less of a level to get u level. One last thing to check is your gears, which u can check on the sticker in your doorjamb under axle code. H6 means 3.55 and B6 means 3.73. The 3.73 will handle bigger tires better, but the 3.55 does fine for me with 33s and my performance mods. Kind of a wordy reply, but let me know if I can help u out any further.
  3. jerrybizzle
    12-21-2011 02:34 PM - permalink
    jerrybizzle
    Read your post saying u are looking at new tires. If u don't have level and want around 33 I would suggest 285/65/18 if 18 inch rims or 285/70/17 if 17s. Do you have stock rims and/or a level? With a level u could go bigger if u want.
  4. mitchect
    12-15-2011 06:29 PM - permalink
    mitchect
    Thanks for your advice on my post about the 94 F150 not starting. I added another issue to that post. It may not be the way to get it looked at (I am a new member and not sure how all of this works). Can you please look at that post again and see if you can help or maybe guide me to someone else. Thanks!
  5. MADPIRAHNA
    10-26-2010 10:43 PM - permalink
    MADPIRAHNA
    Yeah i did. Pics of it are in my most in the AV section under avh-4200 by vanoford. Also, yes I love the HU, its freakin great dude.
  6. BROWNINGFX4
    10-20-2010 02:46 AM - permalink
    BROWNINGFX4
    hey man did you ever get your pioneer avh p4200 dvd installed? do you like it?

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