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Old 11-09-2008, 02:01 PM   #1
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Noo-b question about tires.

1st off. Whats your opinion on the best all-terrain tires.

I'm thinkin either nitto tg or bridgestone duelers.

I want this lift as mentioned in my introduction- http://toyteclifts.com/index.php?pag...mart&Itemid=53

With this lift allow me to run 32x10.50s?

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Old 11-09-2008, 02:11 PM   #2
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either tire that you mentioned are great tires...........but the nittos may last a little longer. i loved the revos i put on the 06 i had....awesome tire too. and thats a great lift too..........should have no probs at all running a 32 inch tire........and if so.....you may have to do minimal trimming.........not positive though.......but you should be good to go. and if you have a 4x4...be sure to get the diff drop(unless it comes with the kit)........will keep your cv's in good shape.
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That is a good lift, but get some OME N140S shocks to go with it. They are valved for the OME springs and the weight of the Tacoma.
The Nitto Terra Grapplers have served me very well, and I have had them on all of my trucks. They grip well on all sorts of terrain, and have a good life span.
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Well I decided I am definately going with this lift. I looked around though and I can't find hardly any 32x1.5x16 tires... or any thats affordable at that lol
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Well I decided I am definately going with this lift. I looked around though and I can't find hardly any 32x1.5x16 tires... or any thats affordable at that lol
That might be a hard tire size to find, try looking for a set with 265s or 275s
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