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Yes...285/75-16s roughly equal 33"x11.2". Just about every tire is available in that size.
 

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Yup, for reals. Also, 285s tend to be 33" tall while 33x12.5-15 typically run 32.5" tall.
 

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TexasTRD said:
Does anyone know if their is such thing as a 33x11.50 inch mud terrain tire?
yea, but not in a 15" tire
 

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elgecko said:
Yes...285/75-16s roughly equal 33"x11.2". Just about every tire is available in that size.
I think 285/75 are 32.8x11.4 just FYI no offense.

EDIT: U R correct its 32.8x11.2
 

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GOT COPE? said:
I think 285/75 are 32.8x11.4 just FYI no offense.

EDIT: U R correct its 32.8x11.2
Those are the optimal sizes as well, going by the numbers and ratios. Metric tires tend to run bigger than they should, while the standards are usually a bit smaller.
 

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mudferret said:
Those are the optimal sizes as well, going by the numbers and ratios. Metric tires tend to run bigger than they should, while the standards are usually a bit smaller.
it will also depend on the brand of tire.
 

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Super swamper makes a bogger in a 33x10.50. That would be cool to run if you only want to get about 12k out of a set of tires.
 

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Live4yotas said:
Super swamper makes a bogger in a 33x10.50. That would be cool to run if you only want to get about 12k out of a set of tires.
I tried one of those on my truck when I got my first lift, about 2.5", and I couldn't even turn the wheel, LOL. They tend to run kinda tall for 33s ;)

and, in that narrow a tire they really looked dorky.
 
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