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Will 33's fit on a stock height 2000 1500 4wd sport?? Its a reg cab if that matters at all.
 

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I have 1.5" of lift up front, from Off-Road package springs. No lift in the rear. 33x12.5's on 15x10 MT Classic II's. 3.75" BS. Slight rub when wheeling.
 

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Yes, a friend was running LT285s (on stock rims) on his 2000 Quad Cab 4WD 1500 for 4 years without any major issues. They looked a tad big for the wheel wells, but then again, they looked better than the stock sized tire.
 

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Im just mainly worried about on road for now. My current tires are BALD! and I have a set of 33 already.
 

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ive got a set of 285z on my 01 non sport 4x4 and it only rubs when i go down hill hit the brakes and turn the wheel at the the same time...i havent wheeled them yet but i have played in some mud.

edit---i got them on the factory 16x7 wheels
 

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A a 285 will work but idk about a 305 or a 33x12.50. The 285 is only 11 inches wide compared to 12 and 12.5. I have 33x12.50 on 15x8 with 3.25 back spacing and I about .75 of an inch from rubbing at full lock. And thats with 3 inch lift.

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On 2005-12-06 15:51, Ram2000 wrote:
Will 33's fit on a stock height 2000 1500 4wd sport?? Its a reg cab if that matters at all.

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