Quick Answer: What Are The Best 33 Inch Tires?

Which tire is bigger 305 or 33?

If you plug in 275/60/20, you’ll see that they are 33″ diameter tires.

305/55/20 is 0.2″ larger diameter (33.2″)..

How big is a 285 65r20?

The 285/65R20 BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 has a diameter of 34.5″, a width of 11.5″, mounts on a 20″ rim and has 602 revolutions per mile. It weighs 60.3 lbs, has a max load of 3860/3525 lbs, a maximum air pressure of 80 psi, a tread depth of 15/32″ and should be used on a rim width of 8-10″.

What’s the biggest tire I can put on a stock Silverado?

The stock tires are generally up to 32″, so he should be able to fit 32″ tires.

Will a 3 inch lift clear 33s?

Really, any 3 inch lift should let you clear 33s with a little bit, if any trimming. Another thing to consider is what width tire are you planning to run. It’s going to be a lot easier to fit a 33×10. 5 than a 33×12.

Can I fit 33 inch tires on my Silverado?

33” tires are a great option for entry-level off-road rigs that will spend most of their time on highways and paved roads but would like a more aggressive look and minor off-road capabilities. There is not much required to fit 33” tires on your 2007-2018 Silverado or Sierra 1500.

What is the difference between 265 70r17 and 285 70r17?

The larger 285/70R17 tire in the photo above stands over an inch taller and is nearly an inch wider than the 265/70R17 size. … The width of the tread is also a half-inch wider. Many late-model domestic trucks accept this difference in size.

What are 285 tires in inches?

P-Metric Tire Sizes – P-Metric to Inches Conversion ChartRim SizeP-Metric SizeActual Tire Height16 Inch265/75R1631.6 inches285/75R1632.8 inches305/70R1632.8 inches315/75R1634.6 inches34 more rows

Are 305 tires the same as 33?

A 305/70/16 is a 32.8 (~33) by 12.00 inch tire.

Are 33 inch tires the same as 285?

first of all you asked if a 285 was a 33. well no, The 285 is actually the width of the tire and the second Number would be the aspect ratio of the width to the sidewall, that combined with the rim size would give you your height.

What is a 285 70 tire in inches?

Plus Sizes265/70-17285/70-17Diameter inches (mm)31.61 (802.8)32.71 (830.8)Width inches (mm)10.43 (265)11.22 (285)Circum. inches (mm)99.29 (2522.07)102.76 (2610.04)Sidewall Height inches (mm)7.3 (185.5)7.85 (199.5)1 more row

Which tire is taller 275 or 285?

They both are the same tread width. The difference is the 275/65/17 is a little taller. It is the same tread “mold”. To get a wider bfg tire, you must go to a 285.

What is the difference between a 65 and a 70 tire?

The series number in a tire-numbering system refers to the aspect ratio of the tire’s sidewall height to its width. A series 65 tire’s height is 65 percent of its width, a series 70 tire’s height is 70 percent of its width and so on.

How much taller is a 35 tire than a 33 tire?

A 35 will give you about an inch more of clearance at the axle over a 33 inch tire.

How big of a lift do I need for 35 tires?

5″Re: How much lift to clear 35″ tires? You’ll need at least 5″ of lift, but depending wheel offset possibly more to clear 35’s without rubbing.

What is the best size tire for a 4 inch lift?

You should run at least a 35 with a 4″ lift. What he is saying is: if you want to run a 33″ tire, save you money and buy a leveling kit or 2″ BB. A leveling kit will remove the rake and give you about 1-2″ of lift over stock. Sorry, 4″ of lift is big on a jk and a 33″ tire will look small.

Can I fit 33s with a 2 inch lift?

A 2 inch lift with correct rims will fit 33s . If you go down a tyre size it will still be all legal and less hassle .

What is a 33 inch tire equivalent to?

Tire size equivalent chart for 33″, 35″, 37″ or 40″ tires:33″ Tires (+/- 0.50″ in overall diameter)33X950-15285/75-16275/70-1733X10.50-15305/70-16255/75-1733X11.50-15375/55-16285/70-1733X12.50-15305/65-1725 more rows

Do you need a lift kit for 33 inch tires?

You don’t “need” a lift, but the tires will rub in some areas, especially when off-road. The front tires will rub the front airdam under the front bumper when turning lock to lock [like in a parking lot].