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best 33" tire #811124 05/11/07 12:17 AM
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v8yota Offline OP
Wheeler
what do you guy's think the best 33" tires are,,,i am going to get a new set but i want them to last ,,my toyota is never offroad just on the street

From the Off-Road World
Re: best 33" tire [Re: v8yota] #811125 05/11/07 12:37 AM
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Staceman Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Street,
inexpensive,
long tread wear,

decent looks,

BFG All Terrains may be your best bet,
especially for long lasting, light weight, quiet,
yet still something for offroad, (just in case) <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


85 4Runner - With NEW Marlin 4.7 Gears!! It's a whole new beast!
Re: best 33" tire [Re: v8yota] #811126 05/11/07 03:06 AM
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missouriman Offline
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do you think this color shirt will work.. or do I look stupid...








way more information needed what are you going to do with the tire... what do you want from it...

high milage and cheap.. re treads.
high milage and good on the road... anything they sell at sears..
high milage and sucks off road see above.
med milage and cheap. walmarts off road tire.
low milage and great off road.. super swamper SX.

Re: best 33" tire [Re: missouriman] #811127 05/11/07 04:15 AM
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matts Offline
Body Damage is Cool
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do you think this color shirt will work.. or do I look stupid...


Something with a horizontal stripe would make your gut less noticeable. But that turkey neck of yours is going to be a problem unless it's a turtle neck. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/lol.gif" alt="" />

<BTW > I like BFG's 33/10.50/15 AT-TA tire. Taller but not wider than I like.

Last edited by matts; 05/11/07 04:23 AM.

'89 4runner SR5, 3.0, auto (fun)
'93 xtra cab, dlx,3.0, 5spd (work truck)
Re: best 33" tire [Re: matts] #811128 05/11/07 12:24 PM
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nuclear3579 Offline
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My top two choices are BFG or Pro Comp. Both in All Terrain.
I had both, and the picture has ProComps, they were awesome.
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Too close for missiles, I'm switching to guns...

'97 4Runner...SR5, 4cyl (3RZ), 5spd, 4wd, no rust, excellent shape.
Re: best 33" tire [Re: nuclear3579] #811129 05/11/07 09:55 PM
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norcalsvx Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
33x10.50x15 bfg muds
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1994 toy 22re
Engbldr. street rv head 261c,LC header,Downey dualshocks, BJ spacers, OME torsions, 33x10.50 BFG muds budbuilt xmember/skid plate 4.88's locker custom exhaust
2006 Subaru Forester XT
1994 Subaru SVX
1979 Mazda rx7
Re: best 33" tire [Re: v8yota] #811130 05/13/07 07:07 AM
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Snowtoy Offline
Roll Me Over
Since you don't plan to tke it off highway, a TA tire would be better suited for your needs. You will get better wear and mileag out of the TA than the AT, but how much I am not sure. I had close to 70K on my last set of BFG AT's with legal tread still left when I bought my new set(now enough tread left on the old ones to be effective in deep snow). Another thing to consider is where you live, if you get snow and ice, or a lot of rain I would recommend the AT's over the TA's. The tread characteristics of the TA's that allow you better wear, aren't as effective in wet or icey conditions. Also as mentioned the BFG AT's will give the ability to play off road if the opportunity arises. I run my BFG AT's in all conditions and they perform well in all conditions, except of course deep sticky mud, of which we don't have much of here in CA.


More than tread lightly. Leave it like you were never there, nor anyone else.
'90 X-cab 4.88's 33 BFG AT's, rr ARB, Headers, Ignition upgrade, cold air induction.
'91 X-cab 5.29's 315's BFG MT's, rr ARB, custom bumper and flatbed
Re: best 33" tire [Re: norcalsvx] #811131 05/14/07 02:24 AM
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JA1042 Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
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33x10.50x15 bfg muds
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i second that


1992 Toyota Regualar Cab Pickup 3.0 V6, 33 10.50 bfgoodrich mt's on 15x8 wheels, all pro offroad flat bed, glass works fenders
Re: best 33" tire [Re: JA1042] #811132 05/14/07 07:43 PM
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salvo Offline
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I love my Hankook tires. they see alot of road and off road use and im going on 6 years with them. they ride great on road and never left me stranded off road... I will be getting a new set this year... I could probably get nother year out of them no problem but i want to up them to A 35 ..


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