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Well here are the pictures finally. This is the first time I have ever attached photos on the internet so if its not right don't get mad...
 

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How is the clearance on those? they fit good and you still get all the articulation when you had the stock tires?

they look NICE! I would love to have some 33" on mine.
 

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RyanTheWizard said:
How is the clearance on those? they fit good and you still get all the articulation when you had the stock tires?

they look NICE! I would love to have some 33" on mine.
The clearance is good. I did raise the front 3" though. The rear will rub if I hit a good dip but it is the inner fender plastic and I will be cutting about 2" off of it so it will not rub anymore. I did loose a little torque but it still has plenty of power.
I will probably also raise the rear about 2".
 

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Looks really nice, I wanted to put 30" tires on my ML but the problem is that I dont off-road that often in it
 

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The M-class definitely would have looked better overall with bigger standard wheels. Street driving performance would have taken a hit, though, and then there are the rollover problems with tall SUVs. Oh well, can't have everything.

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You are crazy. Those tires will change your speedometer reading and make your car ride horribly. You may even go blind.

LOL
 

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DaveN007 said:
You are crazy. Those tires will change your speedometer reading and make your car ride horribly. You may even go blind.

LOL
The speedo is off by 5 mph which doesnt matter to me. The ride is actually nicer, I don't feel all the little imperfections in the road anymore...
 

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Thats Hella Crazy! You Go Dude!
 

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I wonder how my motorhome wheels would look on ML.
They are only 246 lb..... each.
 

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Kajtek1 said:
I wonder how my motorhome wheels would look on ML.
They are only 246 lb..... each.
You must have a really nice motorhome. I know that is the weight of big rig wheels and tires... Maybe a Prevost???
 

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rudedude said:
The speedo is off by 5 mph which doesnt matter to me. The ride is actually nicer, I don't feel all the little imperfections in the road anymore...

I put 50,000 miles on 31 inch BFGs, now I have 33 inch BFGs. Now that my profile has changed, I guess that isnt as obvious from the picture.

I was joking. They are grat tires.
 

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All I can say is WOW.
Those are some very BIG tires. Heh. I thought you fit 33" rims on your truck, but 33" is 33" Heh. Glad to hear that you aren't getting all that much rubbing.

*thumbs up* for uniqueness :D
 
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