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Old 06-12-2014, 07:14 AM   #1
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max tire size at stock height

I have a 2013 4x4 tss. I was considering lifting my truck to run 285/70r17's but still run my stock wheels without spacers but not sure of which lift to go with. So with that said I'm now wondering what the max size tire I can run is without lifting it much if any. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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265/70/17 , 255/75/17 , or maybe 275/70/17
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Do a little digging on your own before throwing up new threads asking questions that have been answered eleventy billion times…

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/whe...uspension.html
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265 70r17 on stock wheels. Some guys have snuck in 275 70r 17, but you will likely need to pull the mudflaps
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Thanks guys any suggestions on a lift to run 285/70r17 on stock wheels without rubbing?
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Thanks guys any suggestions on a lift to run 285/70r17 on stock wheels without rubbing?
There are several options for this. OME and Bilstein 5100 adjustable coilovers are quite popular, economical and good quality.
Most on here will suggest avoiding front spacer lifts and rear blocks as they tend to be the hardest on the parts affected by lifting.
Your best best is to search this site and read and read some more. There is tons of info to help you make an informed choice.

Good Luck, and Enjoy!
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I run 275 70 17 cooper AT3s (11 X 32) and they rub the upper control arm just a little on full turn... About as wide as you can go.... I say 11 X 33 would be the largest tire with stock wheels.....
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