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Old 06-29-2009, 07:27 PM   #1
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tire size with a 2" leveling kit?

hey everybody, im getting a 2 inch leveling kit installed tomorrow and id like to get new wheels and tires before summers over. i have 32" BFG all-Terrains on her now but id like to go a little bigger. what do you think would be a good size tire with the leveling kit installed? thanks
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32's fit with stock suspension?
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32's fit with stock suspension?
a 265/75/16 is basically a 32 inch tire, so yes........a 32 inch tire will fit stock suspension on the 6 lug tacos.
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32's fit with stock suspension?
Yes. 32"s are the biggest you can go on stock suspension...there will be a little bit of rubbing though.
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Cool, and 33's with 2.5 inches of lift w/ the right spacing right?
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Old 07-01-2009, 07:56 PM   #7
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i was running 33x12.5 on a 2inch lift, rubbed alot, you can always do the pinch weld mod
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how was the power loss with 33's? i want to run 33's but don't want to regear it and make my mpg's even worse(can't hardley afford to drive it now!)
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you will feel a little loss of power, and loose 1-2mpg's
But Its not enough to where you NEED to regear.
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Old 07-02-2009, 12:29 AM   #10
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i notice the power loss, it was not that bad, I usually try to drive it easy. Also be prepare to get a running start when approaching hills. I loss about 3-4 mpg. I will be re-gearing soon, either 4.56 or 4.88 not sure yet.
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So what all do i need to fit 33's?
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you can clear 33's with 2.5 leveling kit
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How much wheel well triming though?
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All I know is that my truck has all stock suspension and it's running 31x10.50R15's. I plan on the 1.5" spacers up front and a 3" or 4" block in the rear with 33x12.50R15's
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I was thinking of putting 32's or 33's on my 04 tacoma pre runner dbl cab. I have a 2 inch leveling kit will that fit and i understand that it might rub a lil bit.
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All I know is that my truck has all stock suspension and it's running 31x10.50R15's. I plan on the 1.5" spacers up front and a 3" or 4" block in the rear with 33x12.50R15's
so, the rear is already 2 inches higher from the factory, your going to go up 4 inches in the back and only 1.5 up front... bad idea.

the rear will sit like 4.5 inches higher than the front...
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