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View Poll Results: What size would you run w/ 1.75" in front 2" in rear??
265/70/17 w/ no cutting 36 59.02%
285/70/17 w/ cutting?? 17 27.87%
Neither (Please comment what you like) 8 13.11%
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Old 01-31-2013, 10:50 AM   #21
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The Toyo tires I am wanting don't come in the 275/70 and I like the look and price of them. I just removed the mud flaps on mine so maybe I will be ok. What is another decent AT tire that come in 275/70 that get good mileage/for the price??
Firestone Destination AT 275/70/17 @Tire rack $784.00 installed. They get good reviews. I think im going to give them a shot myself. Specs say 32.2 ". I dont want to trim if i dont have to. Should be good
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The Toyo tires I am wanting don't come in the 275/70 and I like the look and price of them. I just removed the mud flaps on mine so maybe I will be ok. What is another decent AT tire that come in 275/70 that get good mileage/for the price??
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I will be mounting them on SCS Stealth 6's. I agree though Im thinking 285's are going to be way to big and stuffed in the finder well. I currently do not do any offroading but in the future plan on doing a bit after she is broke in.
Ordered the same wheel, i'm putting it on a 265/70/17 Nitto Terra AT
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I think I still like the side wall and tread pattern of the toyo atII's for the price. The coopers look pretty similar and I could go up a size with them, but they are also load range E and $200 a pop.
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Ordered the same wheel, i'm putting it on a 265/70/17 Nitto Terra AT
Post pics when you have them installed.
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Firestone Destination AT 275/70/17 @Tire rack $784.00 installed. They get good reviews. I think im going to give them a shot myself. Specs say 32.2 ". I dont want to trim if i dont have to. Should be good
Never been a huge fan of firestone and dont really like the look they dont look agressive enough. Thanks though
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I paid $630 shipped from discounttire. I'll have to pay $80 to have them mounted probably. Trying to get it done Saturday but I want to put my 5100's on the front first so it may wind up being Monday before they go on.
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I paid $630 shipped from discounttire. I'll have to pay $80 to have them mounted probably. Trying to get it done Saturday but I want to put my 5100's on the front first so it may wind up being Monday before they go on.
The Nitto Terra At's were the other ones I was looking at as well and liked the look of them. Great price as well I see. Def post some pics on here or shoot me a pm once you have everything done.
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The Nitto Terra At's were the other ones I was looking at as well and liked the look of them. Great price as well I see. Def post some pics on here or shoot me a pm once you have everything done.
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I think I still like the side wall and tread pattern of the toyo atII's for the price. The coopers look pretty similar and I could go up a size with them, but they are also load range E and $200 a pop.

Those Coopers do come in both C and E load ranges but yeah they are $200+. Someone here also has Hankook DynaPro ATMs in 275s. OZ maybe? Don't know where he got them though. I can't find them in that size.
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Those Coopers do come in both C and E load ranges but yeah they are $200+. Someone here also has Hankook DynaPro ATMs in 275s. OZ maybe? Don't know where he got them though. I can't find them in that size.
I found the Hankooks on simpletire.com in the 275 70 17 for 190each plus shipping then mount and balance cost. Those are some decent looking tires as well. Im wondering how much I will have to trim if I jump to a 275 70 over a 265 70??

I like the look of those hmmmm.....
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I found the Hankooks on simpletire.com in the 275 70 17 for 190each plus shipping then mount and balance cost. Those are some decent looking tires as well. Im wondering how much I will have to trim if I jump to a 275 70 over a 265 70??

I like the look of those hmmmm.....
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/whe...5-75-16-a.html
OZ-T would be the guy to talk to about those tires in that size
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275/70R17 on my truck. Not the same tire you're looking for (BFG AT) but they fit great, no rubbing or cutting, just took off the front mudflaps. I have about 2.5" of lift up front and around 2.75 in the rear.



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I still have front flaps on mine
True, I probably could have gotten away with leaving them on.
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Check my gallery, i have those wheels with 285s. The offset is aggresive so you may even have a little trimmin to do with 265s when you flex the suspension. I trimed a shit load to stop the rubbing with my stealth 6s, 285s and 2.5 inches of lift
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285s all day! will look 10x better IMO.
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