yooper said:Depends on how much your springs have settled.
33x9.5 BFG A/T works well for most, will rub a bit off road
33x10.5 will rub sometimes on road, badly off road
My 33x11.50's haven't rubbed ON road once in the year or so they've been on there. Driven in deep snow off road with 'em too with no problems. Not a lot of rock crawling her in Iowa though.yooper said:33x10.5 will rub sometimes on road, badly off road
I have 33x12.5 SS with OEM gears and going up long hills is a bitch sometimes....MDH33 said:I have 31 x 10.5 BFG AT/TA's on my 60 and there is no rubbing - ride is great. How does a larger tire, like a 35 effect top speed, handling, etc.?
This is the last obstacle on a fairly tough trail. I had run this trail on the stock tires a couple months earlier. I got stuck severel times and bairly made it. Just by slapping on 35's, I ran the same trail taking much harder lines and didn't get stuck once.overhanger said:35s will work only if you never drive over any speed bumps at the mall.