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I have been looking for 33x10.50 15 all terrains, but all I can find are BFG's. Does any other company make a 33x10.50 15.
I've heard that the 33x10.50 are easier to fit with 2 1/2" lift, and I think the 32x11.50 will be too wide. The 31x10.50 I have now are just right (width wise) on the 8" black steelies, but I need something taller.
 

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Dunlop Radial Rover RVXT are made in 33x10.5 R15 - but it's not a very agressive tire. Why don't you like the BFG's? They are an excellent tire.

I also believe that Interco makes Super Swampers in that size... but that's a different beast.
 

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Dunlop Radial Rover RVXT are made in 33x10.5 R15 - but it's not a very agressive tire. Why don't you like the BFG's? They are an excellent tire.

I also believe that Interco makes Super Swampers in that size... but that's a different beast.
It's not that I don't like them. I would just like more options.
 

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VaTaco1 said:
I have been looking for 33x10.50 15 all terrains, but all I can find are BFG's. Does any other company make a 33x10.50 15.
I've heard that the 33x10.50 are easier to fit with 2 1/2" lift, and I think the 32x11.50 will be too wide. The 31x10.50 I have now are just right (width wise) on the 8" black steelies, but I need something taller.
Super Swamper Radials, Boggers, Thornbirds
BFG MT's and AT's all come in 33.1050 thats all i know of but im sure there are more : :)
 

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VaTaco1 said:
I have been looking for 33x10.50 15 all terrains, but all I can find are BFG's. Does any other company make a 33x10.50 15.
I've heard that the 33x10.50 are easier to fit with 2 1/2" lift, and I think the 32x11.50 will be too wide. The 31x10.50 I have now are just right (width wise) on the 8" black steelies, but I need something taller.
well va -the BFG AT is an excellent tire - but it is big for a 33 at 32.7" diameter...the dunlop mentioned above would definetly fit nicely as it is basically a big 32 at 32.3" diameter

youll also save on gas
 

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VaTaco1 said:
I have been looking for 33x10.50 15 all terrains, but all I can find are BFG's. Does any other company make a 33x10.50 15.
I've heard that the 33x10.50 are easier to fit with 2 1/2" lift, and I think the 32x11.50 will be too wide. The 31x10.50 I have now are just right (width wise) on the 8" black steelies, but I need something taller.
Go with the BFGs. I have a 1998 ext. cab V-6 with the OME 881s and two trim packers. Used to run 32x11.50-15 Deuler Mts on 15x8s with 3.75inch BS with no rubbing. I recently started driving more on road and went and bought a set of 33x10.50-15 ATs on 15x7 MB Motoring wheels with -5mm offset (roughly 3.75" BS). So far, I haven't had any rubbing and gained 2 - 2.5MPG on the road. There quite a bit quieter too if that is an issue. I use my truck to tow our pop-up and the family didn't care for the noise of the MTs! <grin> I did keep the 32x11.50s for offroading.

Toby
 

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Va, I see you're looklin for sliders. I got a buddy up here in Ohio that did mine. Beefy beefy!! Just thought I'd let you know. It's a bout a 6 hr drive from No. Va, dunno where you're at tho...



http://www.bbpfab.com/12632.html
 

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VaTaco1 said:
I have been looking for 33x10.50 15 all terrains, but all I can find are BFG's. Does any other company make a 33x10.50 15.
I've heard that the 33x10.50 are easier to fit with 2 1/2" lift, and I think the 32x11.50 will be too wide. The 31x10.50 I have now are just right (width wise) on the 8" black steelies, but I need something taller.
Super Swamper and Big-O

forget the swampers with less than 3.5" of lift since they run just over 33" tall rather than 32.8" or less that the other brands run. I tried one on....couldn't even turn the wheels with only 2.5" and they look stupid, IMO.

Big-Os are decent but their sidewalls are not as tough as the BFGs which is why I went their Mts.

with the 2.7 you will need to regear.
 

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shadymilkman said:
anyone have pictures of tacomas with 33x10.5
See my pics below..
 

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Just out of curiosity, what did you end up doing? Did you get the BFG 33x10.50s?

Toyota has a "buy 3 get the 4th one free" deal going on and I'm trying to decide between the 32x11.50s and the 33x10.50s on the stock TRD Tacoma wheel and was curious which one you went with and if you like them.
 

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TGilder said:
Just out of curiosity, what did you end up doing? Did you get the BFG 33x10.50s?

Toyota has a "buy 3 get the 4th one free" deal going on and I'm trying to decide between the 32x11.50s and the 33x10.50s on the stock TRD Tacoma wheel and was curious which one you went with and if you like them.
I'm going with the BFG AT 33x10.5. Don't have them yet....
 

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Va, I see you're looklin for sliders. I got a buddy up here in Ohio that did mine. Beefy beefy!! Just thought I'd let you know. It's a bout a 6 hr drive from No. Va, dunno where you're at tho...



http://www.bbpfab.com/12632.html
I've talkled w/ some of the local guys, and think I have some options close to home.
Thanks for looking out though...
 

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I just wanna know why BFG can't make a damn 255/85/16 (33 x 10.0) in the All Terrain. They make it in the MT, but not in the AT. I figure if they can make a 33 x 10.5 x 15 then they could make a 255/85/16 for us 16" rim guys! Grrrrrrrrr.
 

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Sounds good! I flipped a coin and am getting the 32x11.50s installed tomorrow. Hopefully Toyota will be able to do an alignment.

I have the 31x10.50 KOs now and due to the extra wide bead, none of the alignment setups have been able to attach to the Toyota wheel. I've had to go to a shop that has the old Bear alignment equipment that you drive onto for an alignment.
 
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