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Old 08-05-2012, 11:58 PM   #1
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Pic of 265/75-16 and 285/75-16 equipped Tacos SxS

Looking for pics of two 1st gen tacomas with a side by side comparison of the 265/75 and 285/75 tire sizes. List what lift the vehicle has if you can.

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EDIT: to narrow things down, can I get pics of rigs with something like my setup i.e., 881s in the front (or stock coils on 1500s set at 1.75") and an AAL (or wheelers 5-pack) in the back.
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Old 08-06-2012, 12:38 AM   #4
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265/75/16 BFG KM2

Then at almost stock height






and now with some lift goodies.



Whoa... those look huge for 265s
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Old 08-06-2012, 10:58 AM   #5
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Damn if 265/75s take up that much wheel well on a 3" lift then i think i'm sticking with that.
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check my sig or build but thats with 3 inches up front and almost 4 in the rear. 265/75 r16. went with this size cuz at full stuff i still rubbed. had to trim a little. 285s would have robbed me of travel
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http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/1st...ition-987.html

Look about half way down that page just did that set up this weekend, not a side by side what your looking for but some of the specs you wanted to see.
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265/75/16 881s/Nitrosport/10mm spacer & wheelers 5pack/1"shackle



I kinda want to go to a 285/75 or 255/85 but I frame rub already on both sides in front and dont want to have to trim any right now. I think I'l just stick with these and mayb look into a more agressive looking tread pattern in the future
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Take a look in my build and you will see 285/75s and currently running 305/70s.
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I'm running 285/75 17's BFG A/T
that is beautiful. those tundra rims are so sexy
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265/70/17 equivalent to 265/75/16

at stock height


same tires with ~3" lift


current setup with 285/75/16


i cant wait to get my sliders...
was pinch weld mod required for those 285's or any bumper trim?
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i cant wait to get my sliders...
was pinch weld mod required for those 285's or any bumper trim?
I haven't wheeled with this setup yet so I'm sure where I need to cut and chop. So far I haven't done anything, but I'll know soon once I get a chance to flex it out.
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265/70/17 equivalent to 265/75/16

at stock height


same tires with ~3" lift


current setup with 285/75/16


What spring rate and height eibach springs do you have? Just a single Aal in the back to clewr 285s. Sorry trying to go by.your drop down sig under your avatar. Not sure of its up to date.
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What spring rate and height eibach springs do you have? Just a single Aal in the back to clewr 285s. Sorry trying to go by.your drop down sig under your avatar. Not sure of its up to date.
If I remember correctly, the Eibachs have a spring rate of 620lbs/in. and it provides roughly 3" of lift. I'm using just a single 2" aal. As I mentioned above, I haven't gone off-roading yet with this setup so I'm not sure what needs to be cut/chop. For normal daily driving, I haven't had any issues with the tires.
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that is beautiful. those tundra rims are so sexy
Thanks.
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If I remember correctly, the Eibachs have a spring rate of 620lbs/in. and it provides roughly 3" of lift. I'm using just a single 2" aal. As I mentioned above, I haven't gone off-roading yet with this setup so I'm not sure what needs to be cut/chop. For normal daily driving, I haven't had any issues with the tires.
What was the model number on the Eibachs? where did you get them? I might look into them plus some shackles. Who knows.


BTW, just saw your rims earlier today. Look awesome. Is it your company?
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What was the model number on the Eibachs? where did you get them? I might look into them plus some shackles. Who knows.


BTW, just saw your rims earlier today. Look awesome. Is it your company?
eibach makes those springs specifically for toytec, you gotta get them through their website
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