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33x10.5R15, will they fit the back of my D150?

Discussion in 'Pre-1994 trucks, commercial vehicles' started by Dead Reckon, Apr 12, 2017.

  1. Dead Reckon

    Dead Reckon Member

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    Long story short, I've got a tire that's already been patch plugged, which has now picked up a rock and has yet another, even larger hole in it. I'm beginning to think the tire is cursed, either which way, I will not patch it again.

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    I found a cheap pair of 33x10.5R15's and I would like to know if they will fit the rear of my 1984 D150 on the late 70's 15x7" wheels it has.

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    I think there is enough room for them to fit, but they are 4 inches larger in diameter, I dunno, anyone?

    And yes, I know they're excessively large for a 2wd truck, but I'm in a bind, running an old spare, and I need two decent tires cheap, I can swap them out later, but I think I might like the mad max look. :D

    I mean, worse case it's really rusty around the wheel wells, I guess I could do some sawzall weight savings? :eek:
     
  2. awyseguy

    awyseguy Well-Known Member

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    I would think so, my 84 RamCharger, despite being 4x4 has no lift and has 35 x 12.5s on the back.. and in the past have had 31 x 10.50s on both stock 1972 Fury and a lifted 76 Dodge Aspen.
     
  3. NYBo

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    I doubt it will be a problem unless you carry a heavy load in the bed. Remember 4" lager in diameter makes them only 2" closer to the wheel wells.
     
  4. Dead Reckon

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    Let's hope y'all are right, I picked 'em up today, hoping my cousin can mount them soon. :D

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    Not a ton of tread, but they have enough to get me by for now, they're kinda old and a bit beaten but they're 6 or 8 ply, not sure, I know they have 3 sidewall plies.

    As the current POTUS would say, "They're gonna be HUGE!"
     
  5. tophat

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    Should fit no problem. I had the same size on all 4 corners of a 85 2wd Ramcharger, an 85 D150 short bed, and on the back of a 92 D150. All trucks were factory height suspensions with no lift.
     

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