my gallery has pics. if its a knuckle kit, 33's look good to me, I don't like the stuffed look. It really depends more on your rim choice and size I think. I did run 285's for a while though and they did look a little small, but the 305's extra width makes it look more proportional to me. But 35's look good too, especially since they rarely actually measure 35" but the extra height to me would mean I"d have to regear to be happy.. and didn't want to do that.
This is mine with a 6-7.5" Superlift decranked all the way and 285s. If you do decide to run only 33s on it, at least get 305s. I had just bought my 285s when I lifted my truck and couldn't afford to go buy another set. My next set will definitely be 35s.
A little newer than you wanted, but here are 305's (33's) w/ a Fabtech 6" lift. It looked bad to me, so I added a body lift and went with 38's after that!!! Rollin' 37's now only b/c I do so much pavement driving.
as long as you get some rims that are 10 wide and tires that are 12.50 i would say then stay with 33s because if they are to skinny then they will look to small but as long as they are wide enough then they will look sick.
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