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Old 12-07-2010, 12:13 PM   #1
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Question Largest tire size on stock 5 lug

what is the largest tire i can put on my stock 5 lug? wanting a mud tire mainly because i work at a chicken house and im tired of having to walk about a mile to get the tractor to pull my truck out. i have a 07 5 lug reg cab. anybody put larger tires on stock wheels?
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what is the largest tire i can put on my stock 5 lug? wanting a mud tire mainly because i work at a chicken house and im tired of having to walk about a mile to get the tractor to pull my truck out. i have a 07 5 lug reg cab. anybody put larger tires on stock wheels?
235 75 r15 for no mods

30X9.5 r 15 and you have to do the black box mod

anything bigger and you need to get a lift and larger and/or wider wheels
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235 75 r15 for no mods

30X9.5 r 15 and you have to do the black box mod

anything bigger and you need to get a lift and larger and/or wider wheels
yuppp what he said
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If I go from a 215 70R15 to 235 75R15 on my. 2011 access cab 5 lug will the dealer have to reprogram my anti lock brakes and traction on control?
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i too am thinking of putting just a little taller tire on a 2012 access when it gets here end of month.i saw on here awhile back a 2 inch lift and just a little bigger tire and it looked just right,the way it should from factory.where is that picture of that dark gray access with mild alterations.
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If I go from a 215 70R15 to 235 75R15 on my. 2011 access cab 5 lug will the dealer have to reprogram my anti lock brakes and traction on control?
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If I go from a 215 70R15 to 235 75R15 on my. 2011 access cab 5 lug will the dealer have to reprogram my anti lock brakes and traction on control?
Speedo will be accurate. ODO will be off.
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how much taller would a 235 be compared to the 215.also if i raise the truck a small amount does it take another leaf spring? concerned it may make for stiffer ride as i want comfort.1.5 inch or so lift ?
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235 or 215 is the width of the tire in mm.

235/75/15's will be 2" larger in diameter. This by itself will result in a 1" lift.
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Speedo will be accurate. ODO will be off.

Off by showing more miles than it should? or less miles than it should? Can a tire place reset this or is it just the dealor?
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Same sensor + same calibration + tire with larger circumference = ODO displays less miles.

There are calibrators such as this one which can correct the difference.
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Thanks for all the input. I went with some 235/75R15 Good Year Wranglers. It looks so much better. One other thing and I know this might be a newb question. Since the odo will be slightly off coukd Toyota try and void my warranty? Or should I be good if I get it in to them by say tomorrow? Thanks again for the feedback
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Thanks for all the input. I went with some 235/75R15 Good Year Wranglers. It looks so much better. One other thing and I know this might be a newb question. Since the odo will be slightly off coukd Toyota try and void my warranty? Or should I be good if I get it in to them by say tomorrow? Thanks again for the feedback
Post up some pics of the new wheels
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should be no problem.

I went up to 235x75x15's a long time ago on my 2010, and toyota has never said a word. They have honored what minor warranty work I've had done without any issue. Like others have said the odo reads app. 7% less than real and on mine the speedometer is about 2 mph slower than actual.
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I have never heard of any dealership of any car manufacturer refusing to do warranty work because of larger tires....
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Here it is with the new tires.
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^ Looks 10X Better than stock size. The rims even look much better. I think im going to up my tire size too.
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Didnt really notice too much of a power loss. A little when climbing hills but not that bad.
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schriber,i was wondering if you lifted truck any or if stock.
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