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Old 04-09-2014, 07:31 AM   #1
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215/75-15

Anyone running this size on a 2wd?

225/70-15 too?

Pics?

Trying to figure gearing and tire sizing and how they fit the truck wheel wells too. Should be about an inch bigger than the lil donuts it has stock. Thanks!
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You can run up to a 235 75r15 with zero mods. I think I'm going to be upgrading shortly from the donuts to the 235s. Check out this thread. Its loaded with pics.
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/5-l...tire-pics.html
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I had been thru that thread but thank you. I still haven't seen the 215/75-15 specifically. I don't want the biggest I can fit, one size up is about all I'm willing to go with stock gearing, and even then it might be too much.
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Stock gearing can handle much larger than the factory 215s...
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Stock gearing can handle much larger than the factory 215s...

Not for my use, unfortunately. I'm thinking about 3.73s already. For my needs, it is already a little tall on the gears with the stock tires.
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What is your use ?

Which engine do you have? And what is it that you use the truck for which makes the gearing too tall?

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Not for my use, unfortunately. I'm thinking about 3.73s already. For my needs, it is already a little tall on the gears with the stock tires.
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I'll be towing a camper and hauling 2 motorcycles at the same time. 2.7/5spd 3.31 rear end.

I know it "can" push taller tires. I'm not starting another gearing discussion, just looking for a pic of the 215/75r-15 tires.

I'm already planning of 3.73 gears with stock or +1" tires at most. I've pulled trailers with an older Taco 4 cyl/5 spd. Lower gearing is going to be necessary in my case.
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