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Old 11-26-2011, 08:27 AM   #1
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Tire Sizes on an i4 Prerunner

I have the stock 245/75/16 tires on my truck right now that mesure out to around 30" tall and 9.5" wide. I have a fresh set of 18" black rims that I'm wanting to put on there with some good looking All-Terrain tires. What size and brand tires do you guys suggest? Kinda shopping around right now to see what I want. Any input is appreciated
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I have the stock 245/75/16 tires on my truck right now that mesure out to around 30" tall and 9.5" wide. I have a fresh set of 18" black rims that I'm wanting to put on there with some good looking All-Terrain tires. What size and brand tires do you guys suggest? Kinda shopping around right now to see what I want. Any input is appreciated
I ran 265/65/18s with no lift, no problems. Some folks are also able to fit 285/60/18s.

What's the specs on the rims?
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Well my truck is definitely a street queen, just wanting some good looking All-Terrain's for it. I never plan on actually bringing it off road.
Not sure on rim specs, though...
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Well my truck is definitely a street queen, just wanting some good looking All-Terrain's for it. I never plan on actually bringing it off road.
Not sure on rim specs, though...
Well the specs (width, backspacing,offset) will determine what size tires you can and cannot fit.

Do the rims have any stamping on them?
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Looked them up on the site I bought them on.

That what ya'll were asking for?
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Looked them up on the site I bought them on.

That what ya'll were asking for?
Yep. Those specs should be good to run the 265s I was referring to, and possibly even the 275s and 285/60s
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Are there any recommended A/T's that I should check out? Certain brands?
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Well my truck is definitely a street queen, just wanting some good looking All-Terrain's for it. I never plan on actually bringing it off road.
Of course not, prerunners can't go off road.
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Of course not, prerunners can't go off road.
That's what my 4x4 F150 is for
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Are there any recommended A/T's that I should check out? Certain brands?
I like the Nitto Terra Graplers.
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I like the Nitto Terra Graplers.
I have those in 35's on my F150. I've loved them dearly too. They're on about 40,000 miles too, and need changing. Not bad for an A/T I don't believe? Might have to look into another set of those.
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