33 Inch Tires

Below you can find the extraordinary tire collections categorized by rim diameter, season, and type of terrain. Some truck owners are lucky to have their vehicles riding on 30-32-inch tires as the standard factory size. But usually, a bolder aftermarket upgrade requires leveling kits to be added to the stock set up.

To own the trail and customize your build with the massive 35-38 inch tires, you need to up your suspension by 3-6 inches with lift kits for extra clearance. First and foremost, you need to decide on the desired rim diameter and the type of terrain you will be driving most of the time for your tires' optimal performance. It is the key to choosing the right tire category.

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33 Inch Tires for 15 Inch Rims

33/12.5 R15 Tires

On-/Off-Road All-Terrain


Off-Road Maximum Traction


On-/Off-Road Commercial Traction


33/10.5 R15 Tires

Off-Road Maximum Traction


On-/Off-Road All-Terrain


33 Inch Tires for 17 Inch Rims

33/12.5 R17 Tires

Off-Road Maximum Traction


On-/Off-Road All-Terrain


33/10.5 R17 Tires

Off-Road Maximum Traction


33 Inch Tires for 18 Inch Rims

33/12.5 R18 Tires

Off-Road Maximum Traction


On-/Off-Road All-Terrain


On-/Off-Road Commercial Traction


33/10.5 R18 Tires

Off-Road Maximum Traction


33 Inch Tires for 20 Inch Rims

33/12.5 R20 Tires

On-/Off-Road All-Terrain


Off-Road Maximum Traction


On-/Off-Road Commercial Traction


33 Inch Tires for 22 Inch Rims

33/12.5 R22 Tires

On-/Off-Road All-Terrain


Off-Road Maximum Traction


Other Rims