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Recently picked up a project 93 Bronco. No lift kit (yet). It's got 33x10.5x15 tires on it. They seem to fit nicely, no rubbing or anything, so I'd like to keep 33s on it. Don't know if I could put 12.5s on it or not. Wondering if anyone could advise as to their experience? Or brands they'd recommend?
 

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We'd really need to look at it to know for sure. Part of it will depend on your wheel width and part of it will depend on your wheel offset. Feel free to bring it into any Discount Tire location. Tell them what you want to do and they will be happy to advise you. If they are slow, they may be able to test fit one for you as well.

Here's a link to the locations near you: http://dt.know-where.com/DiscountTi...region=&place=surprize+az&x=0&y=0&mapx=&mapy=
 

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Just got new tires and wheels today went with 33 X 12.5. I had 33 X 10.5 had to cut off about an inch off the inside of the bumper can't even notice. I do have 2" leveling blocks. Was thinking I might have to go with a body lift, but I am really happy with the fit of the tires.

33 X 12.5 Pro Comp M/T
15 X 10 Pro Comp wheels 3.75" BS

http://s1136.photobucket.com/albums/n486/oneilj18/New tires/
 

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Just got new tires and wheels today went with 33 X 12.5. I had 33 X 10.5 had to cut off about an inch off the inside of the bumper can't even notice. I do have 2" leveling blocks. Was thinking I might have to go with a body lift, but I am really happy with the fit of the tires.

33 X 12.5 Pro Comp M/T
15 X 10 Pro Comp wheels 3.75" BS

http://s1136.photobucket.com/albums/n486/oneilj18/New tires/
hey man whats the backspacing of the wheels in your pics?
 

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i've got 33 12.5 on mine with 4" backspacing and no lift, you will need to trim about an inch off the front bumper, but if you od it right you can't even tell its cut, you won't need to cut or do anything else. take an inch off the bottom and slowly curve the cut back towards the top at a slope and it looks great.
 

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I had put 33x12.50 on my 95 on the stock wheels and loved the look. All I had to do was shim out the front bumper until I built my own. I love the look of minimal lift and bigger tires.
 

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I ran 33x12.50x15 with no rubbing, instead of trimming the bumper I moved it out with a 1" spacer and had no rubbing.
 
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