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Old 06-12-2010, 06:15 PM   #1
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3 inch lift / Tire sizes??

Hello, I want to put a 3 inch lift on my 08 tacoma trd, but I want the right size tire to compliment the lift. I don't want an oversized tire that will hit and rub on the truck, it's still pretty much new. Anyways, can someone give me some options for tire sizes on 16's and 17's (not sure what size I will be using yet) that will look awesome and not beat up the truck?? Also, pictures would be great too.

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These will be the biggest you can run with no trimming. They probably won't look good though. A 285 or 33in tire would look the best, but will most likely require trimming of some kind.
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you can run 265/75/16 with no rubbing at all or 285/75/16 if you trim a bit of your fenders. pics of my 265s are in my build and more are here:

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