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Old 09-04-2013, 08:28 PM   #1
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Show me ur 2nd gens w/2in lift on 265/75/16

....on stocks wheels😜
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ima take this this opportunity to completely whore my truck. thanks!





(before it settled)

same size wheel/tire on otherwise stock 1st gen

before lift with 265/75
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Ok, so it's 2.75 but here's mine on stock wheels and tires shortly before I got some 33's

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OEM TRD wheels, 265/75/16 BFG MT KM2, roughly 2.25" lift, also wheel spacers...




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OEM TRD wheels, 265/75/16 BFG MT KM2, roughly 2.25" lift, also wheel spacers...





Those are the exact tires i want. How do you like them so far? What size spacer do you have?
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Those are the exact tires i want. How do you like them so far? What size spacer do you have?
Don't pay money for those tires. Get Duratrac tires. WAY better in every single category and members here report getting 60k-75k miles out of a set. They're quieter on highways and better off-road & in rain/snow too. On top of all that they look bad ass too.
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Those are the exact tires i want. How do you like them so far? What size spacer do you have?
They did me good for the time that I had them. I only had them a few months before I ended up going to 285/75's


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Don't pay money for those tires. Get Duratrac tires. WAY better in every single category and members here report getting 60k-75k miles out of a set. They're quieter on highways and better off-road & in rain/snow too. On top of all that they look bad ass too.
Mine treated me well. I do like my Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ's better though, and not just because they're bigger lol
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Mine treated me well. I do like my Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ's better though, and not just because they're bigger lol
I recently upgraded to MTZ's on my Tacoma and my wife's 4Runner. Without a doubt the best MT I've ever run! Very solid on road and off and quieter than many AT's.

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Those are the exact tires i want. How do you like them so far? What size spacer do you have?
i have them also in the same size. they are an excellent tire.

-they let out a soft hum around 50mph+
-rain they are fine, its a truck not a sportscar
-my mpg went down around 2 from stock
-i run them around 36-38 psi, they ride hard but its the best mpg that i found
-they air down soooooooo nice, they just grip and grip in the mud, rocks, dirt...15psi
-have not had them in the snow yet
-sand they are good, never had a issue, 12 psi
-apparently they last for awhile, just rotate them often
-they are expensive!

first hand experience, get them.
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Speak for yourself, my MTZ's scream. Need an something to drown them out. Maybe I can convince the wifey so I can get an exhaust.
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Thanks for all of the advice guy. I will definitely do some more tire research. I had the bf mud terrains on my 4runner and loved them. What is the biggest tire i can run on a 2 in lift with no spacers?
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Speak for yourself, my MTZ's scream. Need an something to drown them out. Maybe I can convince the wifey so I can get an exhaust.
I don't have that many miles on them but they are very quiet for a MT so far. This is the wife's 4Runner, turn on the stereo at low level at the end for a noise comparison once I get the cruise set:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uhcdBzBj0A

They are a little louder (but not much) on my Tacoma.

Do you rotate?

Mileage?

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People should post more pics this is what I'm interested in. Oem 884 coils with 1.5 aal.
that is exactly what I did. 884's and wheelers 3leaf aal with overload IN. my pics are top of page
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