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ChrisR1S

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actually no; those are 10.50s. i can get pics of 12.50s real quick...

here ya go; 33x12.50 on the same 15x10s

 
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actually no; those are 10.50s. i can get pics of 12.50s real quick...

here ya go; 33x12.50 on the same 15x10s

Very nice. I think thats gonna be my setup then. 15x10 wheels with 33x12.5 tires. Looks like it easily clears everything and will give me a little more width as well.
 

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yeah get 15x10s I was wrong before
 

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how'd you like them trxus all terrains? I haven't heard much on them.
 

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Probly end of the week im gonna be getting my wheels. Quick question tho, I got warn manual hubs on the front of my truck and im not sure how this works. Pretty much all the wheels I looked at all say there not hub centric. Not sure what hub centric means but is that something I need? Heres the rim im most likely gonna get, http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CRR-3975112. BTW my tires will be 33x12.5x15
 

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Good Choice. With some 33" baja claws?? :)
 

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Probly end of the week im gonna be getting my wheels. Quick question tho, I got warn manual hubs on the front of my truck and im not sure how this works. Pretty much all the wheels I looked at all say there not hub centric. Not sure what hub centric means but is that something I need? Heres the rim im most likely gonna get, http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CRR-3975112. BTW my tires will be 33x12.5x15
Any one know? Im ready to buy.
 

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Rangers are lug centric.

15x8 3.75" backspacing wins my vote for rims.
 

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Bowtech- the STSs were OK, for the money they did their job. They were pretty decent for what i used them for: sand, highway, and snow. NO GOOD in thick mud though.

Mitch- I got your PM, the offset on those 15x10s were i believe 4".
 

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Already got my wheels. Talk about fast shipping for like 12 bucks.
 

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I run a 15x6.5 factory wheel with 31x10.50's and they dont stick out much they dont baloon too much but I would prefer a 15x8 wheel. 15x10 would be better for when your modding gets out of hand and you need 35x13.50's LOL
 

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i got 33x12.50x15 on 15x10's with cooper stt's love them
 

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