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#1 Old 12-08-2012, 06:54 PM
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Question New Tires! hopefully

Stumbled upon a used set of Pro Comp Xtreme MT's today, 33x12.50x15lt ,And they were free!!!



Now I am trying to find out if they will fit on original 01 15in rims? Any help is Appreciated. And if they do not work out then they will be up for sale soon.

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Yep they will fit
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Seriously! Awesome. Merry Christmas me. I'm assuming I will need to do some trimming to the front bumper? or is a pml and adjusted t-bars enough to avoid this?

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Without a 2" BL you are going to have to do some metal cutting.

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about 1.5 inches on the front bumper? whats the best way to do this?

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So would it be easier to trim this part or just remove it all together as it looks like if i do trim ill lose two of the clips?...


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I just removed it on mine and trimmed the part in front of it a bit.


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still looks good, and a lot easier. depends on how much I need to trim but ill probably do that.

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Man you are going to rub like crazy. The front bumper isn't what you need to worry about - it's the area behind your front tires. You will be cutting metal without a body lift.

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Sh*t thats what I wanted to avoid, well unless I can find someone in the area with the tools and willing to help, they are going up for sale

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