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highwaystar
11-24-2006, 03:07 PM
Does anyone make this size besides BF Goodrich? Am i better just to go with the 16" equivalent on a 16" rim? 285 75 16 I think it is?

Now also this is goin on toy p/u and i dont know of many 16" rims for those so maybe that would be more expense than its worth? thx.

Pudge
11-24-2006, 03:12 PM
I only see BFG and I can do the wheels for you

highwaystar
11-24-2006, 03:19 PM
ok well thx. i cant actually afford them for quite the while, but just went to get some Christmas trees and well, it was more like tobaganning down the road than driving. Just seeing what my options are.

InteriorZR2
11-24-2006, 04:03 PM
I had a set of 33x9.5-15's a while back, they were pretty cheap and fairly aggressive for a narrow tire. They were just an off brand that Fountain Tire carries. Worked pretty good in the snow, as long as it wasnt too deep.

hamberger
11-24-2006, 04:19 PM
Yah just go 16". Theres actually alot of toy 16 rims out there just cruise landcruiser sites. Don't get 16 from newer runners or tacos cuz theres too much backspacing.

ham

trailburban
11-24-2006, 07:40 PM
delta sells a mudder thats 33x12.5R15 and the procomp is the same size and the mickey tompson is 33X15.50R15LT
http://www.deltatire.com/elements/tires/mudtrac.jpghttp://www.deltatire.com/elements/tires/procomp_mudterrain.jpghttp://www.mickeythompsontires.com/images/products/baja_mtz.jpg
but if your set on 33x10.5 then you only have the BFG, TSL Bogger or the Super Swamper

highwaystar
11-24-2006, 08:44 PM
I had a set of 33x9.5-15's a while back, they were pretty cheap and fairly aggressive for a narrow tire. They were just an off brand that Fountain Tire carries. Worked pretty good in the snow, as long as it wasnt too deep.

Thanks for the tip, I will try and find out what those were [cheers]

And also thanks to you Hamberger cuz i have been keeping my eyes half peeled for a set of newer taco / 4runner rims.

thanks again both of ya'll[cheers]

230
11-24-2006, 10:09 PM
I just got rid of a set of 33x10.5 TSL radials for $100 set of 5.Wish i still had them.

highwaystar
11-24-2006, 11:56 PM
I just got rid of a set of 33x10.5 TSL radials for $100 set of 5.Wish i still had them.
what a tease!

i believe those tires interiorzr2 mentioned were cordova wild spirit dtx or something in the 33 x 9.5 size and were discontinued recently.

thx everyone i think ill be goin 16"

fourplay
11-25-2006, 09:58 AM
I bought 33 x 10.5 x 15 TSL super swampers From tireland In mission...
They're wicked tires [36] [36] [36]

4doorShorty
11-25-2006, 06:51 PM
285/75r16 are 33x11.5 FYI. Ive been searching for some 35x10.5 ish tires in 16" rim also and no luck. Michelin makes a 9.00r16 tire for military vehicles, surplus they are cheap, I doubt it new tho, they measure in at 36" tall with a 9" tread section. My procomp 285/75 x-terrains have a 9" tread section so the Michelins would be 36x11.5 ish. They arent the greatest in the snow tho....I bought some 285/75 r16 goodyear wrangler "silent armor" tires and they are awsome on snow and ice. Go to a tire store and ask em if they have a used tire pile, I paid $60 a tire for my goodyears.