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Old 06-27-2012, 06:50 PM   #1
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Lift pictures with 265/75 16 ?

Any members willing to share pics of a Tacoma with 3" lift running 265/75/16 tires? Am planning on installing lift but can't afford larger wheels/tires at this point. Want to make sure truck will look ok...Thanks
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Old 06-27-2012, 06:53 PM   #2
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That's what I have on my truck and I think it looks good. I have a few pics in my profile
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Old 06-28-2012, 04:14 AM   #3
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That does look good. Thanks for posting. Anybody else?
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Check out my pictures. I would post them but I can't from
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i think one of the best tacoma truck looks is the 265/75-16 on the stock wheels, with a 3" leveling kit and nothing else. don't see it often but that iis the direction i'm going in, it's a subtle change and very functional in most off road conditions that i'll find myself in.
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Yes! My build was finally finished this week (details here: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...sc-issues.html). Signature pic is before lift. Off-road functionality is improved IMMENSELY by the OME suspension...and much better on the street, too...no more bouncy cadillac ride!

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I came into this thread just cause I saw this picture... Diggin it
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thanks man I'm happy with it!
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Really love the new 2012 front end...
At first I didn't probably just cause it is different. I definitely do now though. If we weren't still running the exact same engine, I would have one
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I didn't like it at first either...I think it has really grown on a lot of people.
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definitely, I was mad that they made it so ugly... now I own one haha
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Totally agree...however it is awesome when BOTH come together beautifully! Could not be happier with my lift...
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Avid light bar looks AWESOME on the 2012 imho. I was going to get a plate bumper with a winch but no one was offering a perfect fit, and the front end grew on me so much I didn't want to "wreck" it! Not feeling a huge need for a winch...twenty years of desert expeditions and haven't needed one yet...but I have a nylon tow rope at least in case I need to be pulled out of a gully. Plus, the added weight of a plate bumper (lowering the truck) isn't appealing, either. Did have a huge need for additional lighting, however. So I kept the bumper and Brandon at Avid provided fabulous service.
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Totally agree...however it is awesome when BOTH come together beautifully! Could not be happier with my lift...


Just get tired of everyone asking what looks "cool"........especially when this forum has about 30 threads on the same stupid topic.

No one seems to care about function any more.


I agree this size as well as 265/70/17 is nice. I have 5 of them sitting on my deck on sport wheels. I do prefer my 255/85/16's because they function better for my needs. I could care less what one looks cooler. My 16" wheels cost me $12.50 per and function great.

Every time I hear "what looks good" I think of a bunch of chicks trying on dresses babbling to each other like a bunch of chicken heads
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