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Old 03-16-2009, 01:07 PM   #1
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hey all, thinking about finally lifting my 06 4 door taco. since i dont offroad or mud, or anything like that, i was thinking of only putting on a leveling kit from pro comp. i have no desire to offroad this truck, just maybe the occasianal dirt road while camping or out at the dunes. according to their website, and the lifting shop i went to, it will lift 2.25" and i can put on as big as a 33x12.5, but was thinking just a 265/75/16 (31.6x10.4x16). any suggestions? comments? might i ask if anyone has a a picture of a similar lift with the same size tires? if i could get a visual, it would help. i see you all with 33's, and i dont want my truck to look like a p***y truck...

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Old 03-16-2009, 02:46 PM   #2
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u will not fit a 33x12.5 on there w/ a 2.25" lift and not have INSANE rubbing. definately cant do it on stock rims either w/o running spacers. those tires would be all over the UCA's. u can fit a 265/75/16 on a stock truck w/ little to no rubbing. if u went w/ the 2.25" lift, i wouldnt go w/ anything over the 265/75/16
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u will not fit a 33x12.5 on there w/ a 2.25" lift and not have INSANE rubbing
thats what i said.... but they claim they can on the website. anyone have a picture, or can locate one with a tacoma with a leveling kit, and 31's?
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here's a pic of my old truck w. 2.5" spacer up front, but i had the tsb in the rear and 2" blocks...i think....its been a while....also running 32's that can fit stock...255/75/17.

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