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Old 02-23-2010, 07:24 PM   #1
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pics of 265/75 r16's on 1st gen

just wondering if anyone could post some pics of their first gens with 265/75 r16's. Doesn't matter about lift or anything, i'm just looking into new tires and wonder if it would still look good with the 32's rather than 33's.

if anyone has a first gen with the 5100's in front set at 2.5" and the 265/75's that'd be ideal
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of course first pic is before lift, second 2 are after


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If I were you I'd get 32x 11.50 R15, they are a true 32 (265's are 31.6) and cheap!
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why? you would save enough by going with the 32 1150 15 compared to 265 75 16 that you could afford new wheels.
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actually on tire rack right now the 265 75 16 bfg A/T are on sale.
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265 75 16 bfg M/T $198.00
32x11.50R15 bfg M/T $180.00 (and bigger)

that's $18/tire, total of $72 you'll save that you can put toward wheels

wheelers black steel wheels in 15x8 which will fit the tire better as they are wider, are only $59.00/wheel
total of $236.00 - $72.00 that you save on tires and your at $164.

grand total wheels and tires only $884
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Heres my 04 before and after first pic stock susp with 265/70s on steelies, second pic is ome 880s 265/75s and alloys...
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thanks for all the pics guys, they def still look good and are cheaper than the 285/75 and they would def save me gas money and i would keep most of my power
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mine rub a little bit, but its not bad at all. Leveling kit i got should take care of it.
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265 75 16 bfg M/T $198.00
32x11.50R15 bfg M/T $180.00 (and bigger)

that's $18/tire, total of $72 you'll save that you can put toward wheels

wheelers black steel wheels in 15x8 which will fit the tire better as they are wider, are only $59.00/wheel
total of $236.00 - $72.00 that you save on tires and your at $164.

grand total wheels and tires only $884
+ Shipping of course So the 32x11.5R15 s will fit a stock suspension 04 PreRunner? I have been looking at new tires and such (and wouldnt mind getting Black wheels too) - Just don't want to have to do the tires and wheels AND 5100s at the same time for financial reasons
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They would rub a bit, but spend some time on the pinch weld and you should be fine.

everyone says to just pound the pinch weld flat, that's what i did initially, but I realized it leaves spots to trap water and potentially rust, so I went at mine with the grinder and it's a much cleaner way of doing it. there is also more room with it completely cut/grinded down.
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Toytec coil overs in front with 2.5 inches of lift in front none in the rear. With 265/75/16 Duratracs. Hope this helps. Sorry for the cell pic.

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265 75 16 Maxxis Buckshot Mudders on 2.5" lift. Bilstein 5100's.

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32 11.50 15 Kumho KL78 AT on 2.5 lift Bilstein 5100's.

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32 11.50 15 Kumho KL78 AT on 2.5 lift Bilstein 5100's.

how do you like the 32x11.50's?
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