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Old 10-18-2011, 04:48 PM   #1
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265's or 285's????

I have 2011 tacoma access cab 4x4 4CYL. I had a Readylift kit put on. Was wondering if 285 would rub bad or to go with 265???? The readylift kit i put on is spacer in front with diff drop and 1" blocks in rear. Will probably go with goodyear durtatrac tires. ANY HELP would be appreciated!!!!
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get rid of that lift and get some bilstein 5100's front and rear...285's look way better and are better off road but you will need to do some triming and if you use ur stock wheels you will need spacers....welcome to the forums and do some reading buddy...evey single question you can have has already been talked about....
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I'm putting them on 16x8 XD HOSS. Every thing ive searched is on v6 trucks and didnt know if that would make a difference with mine being 4cyl.
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16x8 you'll need some lift . I'd go 265 like I said earlier .
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I got 265 on a stock suspension!
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I got 265 on a stock suspension!
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Thanks for reply's guys but im still unsure which to go with. I've searched and somesay minor triming and some say cab chop. Was hoping to find one with setup like mine.
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Old 10-18-2011, 08:22 PM   #10
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I am a 4 banger too, I have ran 265 75 16 on stockers and no rub, went to 285 70 17, had to do major trimming, can mount chop, pinch weld mod...I have 3" lift etc..like I said u will lose noticeable power.
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