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Old 11-07-2011, 09:10 AM   #1
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Stock tire size question

I have a 2002 2.7 4x4 sr5.
My question what is the actual stock tire size. The reason I ask is I was tooling around on tire rack and entered my truck info. And it came up with a different size than is on my truck. I have 265 75 16 on her. That's what came with the truck when I bought it. Tried to search. But found it difficult on my phone.


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should be on the inside of your door jam. Tire size/inflation pressure is listed there.
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Old 11-07-2011, 10:21 AM   #3
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Well just checked and it lists them as 225 65 15. I have 265/75/16's. hmm.
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Yeah - there is no way 265's came stock on that thing.

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Old 11-07-2011, 10:30 AM   #5
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Mine is a 2002 Prerunner and it came stock with 265/70/16. That is also what the sticker on the door jamb shows. As far as I know the Prerunners and 4x4 had the same size. The sticker also shows 225/75/15, which I assume would be for the regular 2WD (non-prerunners and non-4x4). Mine is 3.4 V6, but I don't think there is a difference in tire size between the 4 and 6 cylinders.

Tire rack lists the same size for the Prerunners and 4x4s - both the 225/75/15 and 265/70/16.
They list the regular 2wd as 205/75/15 and 235/55/16.

If yours are 265/75/16, it is probably not stock size. 70 would be stock on the 265s.
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Mine is a 2002 Prerunner and it came stock with 265/70/16. That is also what the sticker on the door jamb shows. As far as I know the Prerunners and 4x4 had the same size. The sticker also shows 225/75/15, which I assume would be for the regular 2WD (non-prerunners and non-4x4).

If yours are 265/75/16, it is probably not stock size. 70 would be stock.
I stand corrected - I'll just go back to the 2nd gen section now.

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Haha. Thanks guys.
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