I'm think I'm going to get a set of 15x8. I want a set of tires that look fairly aggressive but are kind of quiet. Maybe BFG AT KO. I've had them before and they were okay. Maybe a set of mickey thompson's 33 but I don't know how they are.
yeah I found em on. Think I going to get the 15x8 though since they should fit without grinding the caliper because they make my tire look a littl bigger. Think I'm getting the pro comp at. Since it says that the bf goodrich 33x12.5r15 won't fit on a 15x8.
Tunis so do you think the bf goodrich at ko or the pro comp at would be a better. Just looking at bf goodrich site and says the 12.5 is recommend for a 8.5 to 11.0.I don't know much about the pro comp but it says 8 .0 to 10.0. I see that your running a 12.5 on an 8.0 so I guess that it work. By the way that is one sweet truck ya got there.
Thanks for the info that was the way I was leaning towards the bfg at ko. I guess I'll order my set of 15x8 hellcats and 33x12.5x15 bfg at ko's today. I guess I'll see what kind of lift I'm going to do after I get the wheels. skyjacker 3in. suspension or tuffcountry 2" leveling kit with a 1" block in the back. I rather to the tuffcountry to save some money but I think I might be better off to bite the bullet and go with the 3 in.
Hey hardhead go to http://www.ntwonline.com and click where it says specs next to the BFG A/T
they say for a 33/12.5/15 you can use 8" up to a 11" rim. Just want to let you know that it dosen't matter if you go with procomp or BFG there close to the same size. But I say go with the BFG.
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