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Old 03-03-2011, 12:48 PM   #1
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Whats biggest size tire can put on stock '10 2.7L

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Wondering whats the largest size tires I can put on my '10 2.7L 4x2 Reg Cab. If you can pictures of a specific tire you think would look good, even better. Looking for a set of tire/rims ~$1000 or cheaper.
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265/75/16 I believe

Edit : ^^^^^ this is incorrect
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265/75/16 I believe
Uh, I think he's talking a 5 lugger here, at standard ride height, no 4x4/prerunner suspension. So it's smaller than that. Check stickies in the 5 lug forum for the answer.
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I'd look through the 5 lug forum too. I have, but you should make your own choice with your truck / money.

The consensus seems to be 235/75/15 for stock base suspension. It fills the wheel wells nicely, doesn't rub, doesn't throw off your gearing too much, and should put your speedometer to where it's correct.

If you want to change your wheels to 16" or 17", use the tire size calculator (I think it's a sticky in Wheels & Tires) to get something with the same overall size.
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Uh, I think he's talking a 5 lugger here, at standard ride height, no 4x4/prerunner suspension. So it's smaller than that. Check stickies in the 5 lug forum for the answer.
x2 im thinking like a 245/75/16?
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x2 im thinking like a 245/75/16?
or 15 not sure the rim size on 5 luggers
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Uh, I think he's talking a 5 lugger here, at standard ride height, no 4x4/prerunner suspension. So it's smaller than that. Check stickies in the 5 lug forum for the answer.
Whoops , I didn't read the OP very carefully .

Sorry for the bad info .
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Awesome thanks guys.
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how about for a 2011 4x4 regular cab? thanks!
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Old 03-21-2011, 11:51 PM   #10
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how about for a 2011 4x4 regular cab? thanks!
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/whe...uspension.html

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Old 03-22-2011, 09:19 AM   #11
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how about for a 2011 4x4 regular cab? thanks!
On my 4x4 regular cab, if I wanted to keep my mudflaps, and wasn't raising the suspension, I'd probably go with 265/70R16. That's going to be a good look on a non-lifted regular cab, which comes stock with those 245/75R16 dunlop donuts, especially if you go with a more agressive all terrain tire such as BFG AT or some other "real" all terrain (not "rugged fails.")

If you want the "stuffed" look and don't mind trimming/removing mudflaps, the consensus is 265/75R16. Some folks jump up and down and insist that size doesn't rub their mudflaps. So it's hit or miss.
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30x9.5R15 on my '10 5 lug

stock suspension 30x9.5R15
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I have a 2008 access cab 4x4 with 245/75r16
What can I go up to W/O doing mods?
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265/75/16
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I have a 2008 access cab 4x4 with 245/75r16
What can I go up to W/O doing mods?
Thanx
265/75/R16 with no lift and no problem here (regular cab).
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can't help you anymore OP, but glad you got it figured out. post up what you get!


and to viewers, was anybody else sub'd to this thread without ever posting in it? it was in my CP. . . very strange
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i have 18's on a reg cab, pic in my profile ! 265/60/r18 no lift no rub.
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Agree they fit but the wheelwell looks crowded. anyone have 255/75R16s? 1 size bigger than stock?



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265/75/R16 with no lift and no problem here (regular cab).
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