Originally Posted by .45acpunlimited
Cool thanks for all the help!
Next question is how much of a pain in the a$$ is it to correct your speedometer with the bigger tires?
Depending on what model you have. Some folks with the OEM 17's did not change any settings. They were fine.
That said, the 33" GY tires typically use less then 35PSI. Much under this and your TPMS will light.
1 Vote for the AEV Procal.....at 150 bucks. You can adjust that TPMS, Adjust for your actual tire(not just hope your close) and if you change things in the future (gears, larger 35", etc) you can still keep your shift points and MPH reading correct.
Pic: NO lift, stock height. No rubbing No drama