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Old 05-16-2008, 09:54 PM   #1
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Thumbs up it fits

lifted my taco today 2.5 in the front and 1.25 in rear with the daystar kit. i also put the 285/75/16 pro comp x terrians on the factory wheel and it worked. i only have a little rub while in a hard turn while backing Idid not have to cut anything. but dont get me wrong the tire is very close to uca. ithink all is going to be fine. I hope this can help some people with the tire size issue.
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Old 05-17-2008, 10:08 AM   #4
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will get some when i find out how to put the, on here
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i have to go to cali so i will be gone for a week i will try to get the wife to get some for this thread sorry
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lifted my taco today 2.5 in the front and 1.25 in rear with the daystar kit. i also put the 285/75/16 pro comp x terrians on the factory wheel and it worked. i only have a little rub while in a hard turn while backing Idid not have to cut anything. but dont get me wrong the tire is very close to uca. ithink all is going to be fine. I hope this can help some people with the tire size issue.

Your not rubbing on the stock Upper Control Arms? Or do you have after market wheels?
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Your not rubbing on the stock Upper Control Arms? Or do you have after market wheels?
Homer, he said factory wheels....


On a side note, I run the same size tire on factory alloys with a 3" lift. Only rub the UCA at lock to lock.
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