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    Default Silverado Tire Fitment

    Just became a member of the GM Truck Club. I have a question about tire fitment. I have a 2011 Silverado 2500HD. I have leveled it and am wondering if any one else out there has done the same and put 33's on. Wondering if you had any issues or if everything worked out great.
    Thanks for any help.

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    Stock size is 265-70-16 right? 33's should fit on it with it being leveled without a rub unless you go with a really wide 33.
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    Before I lifted, I had 33s with a leveling kit did not have any problems. The only thing I will mention is that you have a 2500 and I a 1500, but I think you'll still be fine with the 33s and the leveling kit.

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    Welcome to the club. You should be fine with 33 i had 305 on my 3 inch lift in my 1500 and i was running 285/75r20 i think thats the size i got on my duramax with 20x9 with a leveling kit barely cranked

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