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Old 03-16-2014, 07:13 PM   #1
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265/75 r16

hello everyone dont know much about tires and rims can someone tell me if nankang mudstar 265/75 r16 will fit on my stock rims? i have a 2013 regular cab 4x4 with 245/75 r16 stock tires and a 3" lift. thanks
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yes they will fit,,, the first number on a tire is the height of a tire,, the 2nd number is the with.. the 3rd number is the hole diameter or rim size.. the final number is somewhat the most important.. you cannot put a 16 in tire in a 17 inch wheel.. vise versa.. however even though you can put those tires on your wheels,, u will need a more experienced taco owner to let you know if they will fit on a stock taco... mine is lifted so I do not know how large of a tire fits on a stock unit.. hope that helps...
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the inch difference in width doesn't matter?
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Your new tire size is basically a 31x10.5 tire. They can go on a wheel as wide as 10" and as narrow as 8" or more. You most likely have an 8" wide wheel so you're GTG.
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the inch difference in width doesn't matter?
its an inch diff in height not width bro...
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Will fit easily . I fit that size in stock height with no mudflaps .
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ok great. the data i got from google was the mudstar was one inch wider than my stock ones. they were boths 16s tho.
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Old 03-16-2014, 07:27 PM   #9
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was confident if they fit on the rim they would fit on the truck just was unsure about the width.
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thanks guys...again
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Old 03-16-2014, 07:37 PM   #11
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and i guess nobody has anything bad to say about the mudstars? one of the cheaper mud tire i could find...
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ok great. the data i got from google was the mudstar was one inch wider than my stock ones. they were boths 16s tho.
I have been considering 265/75s, too. My only concern is width--I haven't measured the gap between the top of the tire and the suspension yet. I know it is too narrow for tire chains on the front. If there is a width problem, that is where I would expect it to show.
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yes they will fit,,, the first number on a tire is the height of a tire,, the 2nd number is the with.. the 3rd number is the hole diameter or rim size.. the final number is somewhat the most important.. you cannot put a 16 in tire in a 17 inch wheel.. vise versa.. however even though you can put those tires on your wheels,, u will need a more experienced taco owner to let you know if they will fit on a stock taco... mine is lifted so I do not know how large of a tire fits on a stock unit.. hope that helps...
Width/Ratio/Rim Size
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Old 03-24-2014, 04:35 PM   #14
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You won't have any problems even at stock height, I run them in the summer on O/R wheels with no issues ( 245/75/16 on steelies in the winter).
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