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im looking to lift my truck and put 33 x 12.5 mud tires on it and i have some questions. Huw much lift will i need to clear these tires? has anyone used procomp mud terrain likes dislikes? and will i need wider rims than my 15x8? thanks
 

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3" lift with the "pinch weld" mod. Check Custom Tacos for an article on how to do the mod. 15x8 rims should work as long as your offset is around 3-4". 3 or 3.5" backspacing is ideal for 12.5" wide tires on 8" wide rims. Any more backspacing and you'll probably rub on the upper a-arms.
 

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This chart is based on the experience of T.T.O.R.A. members.
Removing the anti-sway bar could increase tire rubbing.

Tire Size
Wheel Size
Lift needed
31x10.50
15x7 Stock Alloy
Stock
31x14.50
15x10
?
32x10.50 & 11.50
15x7 Stock Alloy
1-2"
15x8
3"
33x9.50
15x7 Stock Alloy
3" *
33x12.50
15x8
4"
15x10
5" *
33x14.50
15x10
6"
35x12.50
15x8
8"
15x10
8" *
35x14.50
15x10
10-11"
15x12
12"
36x14.50
15x10
12-13"
38x14.50
15x12
?
40"
15x12
?
* = may require fender trimming

I'm running 325/60-15s on 15x12 MT Classic IIs w/ 3" Cornfed setup and pinchwelds hammered out. Slight rubbing on the trails.

This should just about cover any questions. Didn't post up like I have it saved in Word, so, each underline is a different combination.
 

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Austinrd said:
the rims i have are 3.5 spacing. im gettin my tires this week and was wondering if you guys would recomend getting bfg mud terrain over pro comp mud terrain

THE PRO COMP MUDS SUCK!! they wear fast and uneven and do not do the greatest offroad. If you want a mud tire the BFG or Something like an MTR would be better. I have the BFG mud but this time around I am getting the AT or some nitto AT's
 
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