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Old 08-20-2010, 03:17 PM   #1
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biggest tire on stock

I have a 98 prerunner, stock suspension, stock wheels (16 inch). What's the biggest tire I can fit under there without any trimming? I don't mind a little rub when I'm turning as hard as I can.
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This was literally posted 4 minutes before you...

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/1st...ires-size.html
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well he is talking about a truck with a leveling kit and different size wheels
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I have a 98 prerunner, stock suspension, stock wheels (16 inch). What's the biggest tire I can fit under there without any trimming? I don't mind a little rub when I'm turning as hard as I can.
I'm not so sure that a 16" rim was standard issue in '98, but I think that 32"x11.50x15" is the largest you can go without an issue.........
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oh crap my bad fellas i do have 15 inch rims.


can anyone confirm that 32s are the biggest I can do?
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oh crap my bad fellas i do have 15 inch rims.


can anyone confirm that 32s are the biggest I can do?
yes
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oh crap my bad fellas i do have 15 inch rims.


can anyone confirm that 32s are the biggest I can do?

No need to confirm Bro', I wouldn't lie to ya !!! j/k

Naaww, thats what I ran when my TRD was completely stock (actually still running 32"'s BFG K/O's )
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This is my stock 1998 TRD 4x4 with 32"x11.50x15". I get a little rub when turning the wheel hard to the left and going through a bump. I have not trimmed my wheel wells yet.

Exactly, you nailed dude !!......
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would i need wheel spacers or anything with 31s or 32s?
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wheel spacers are only to extend out your tires, but i think it will still rub on the fender. stick with 32s.
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wheel spacers will do 2 things.
bring your wheel away from the frame. which is a great thing for wide wheels. noone wants to hit the frame when turning!
but they will also increase the distance the corner of your tire moves. so with wheel spacers (or rims with less back space) there will be more cutting of the wheel well then with a stock or closer to stock setup.

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