Re: 33x10.5 tires????
How about this theory on the width factor. Since the truck weighs the same with either tire basically, the narrower tire, having a smaller footprint, would have greater down pressure of vehicle weight per square inch of footprint. Could be helpfull in some conditions. Wider tires would definatly be better for circumstanses that called for the flotation effect, like in loose sand. The narrower tire weighs less and sheds from wheel weight. This robs less power from the drivetrain and gives better milage too. Just some thoughts I was tossin around. Maybe I can find a pic somewhere to see what they look like mounted. I like to put function over form but looks are important too.
84 K5 Blazer: balanced 355,non/lockup 700r4,NP208,12bolt rear,corp 10 bolt front,3.73 with posi both ends,3 1/2" susp lift, 33x12.50 on outlaw wheels.