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Old 06-03-2013, 09:26 AM   #481
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Anyone have any pics of these wheels on stock suspension with a 275/65-18?

I have a 2013 Limited Double Cab with the factory 265/60-18 and am debating ordering these wheels and using my stock tires until the run out or buying new tires and letting my brand new trucks tires go to waste... I think the 275-65-18, even though only 1.5" bigger diameter, would look considerably better than the OEM Duelers.
This is Dave's (S7ICKlVlAN on this forum) truck with 18x9" FN Wheels BFDs, 275/65R18 Goodyear Duratracs, and stock suspension in these photos (some of the photos we've posted of his truck are after he installed his lift, but these photos below are pre-lift):









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What is the size of this tire? How high also is the lift? The truck that has the toyo extreme tires. Thanks.
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This is Dave's (S7ICKlVlAN on this forum) truck with 18x9" FN Wheels BFDs, 275/65R18 Goodyear Duratracs, and stock suspension in these photos (some of the photos we've posted of his truck are after he installed his lift, but these photos below are pre-lift):









Thanks! Any idea what trimming, if any, was necessary with this setup?
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What is the size of this tire? How high also is the lift? The truck that has the toyo extreme tires. Thanks.
The black truck with the Toyo A/T II Extremes (two posts up, and then a few posts before that as well) has just a basic 2" - 2.5" shock mount spacer leveling kit and 285/65R18 tires. We only had to do very minor trimming on the fender liner and a small amount on the over fender.

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Thanks! Any idea what trimming, if any, was necessary with this setup?
The white truck with bronze BFDs has stock suspension and 275/65R18 Goodyear Duratracs in the photos I posted just a couple of posts above. He did have to do some trimming on the front of the fender liner and the front and back of the front over fenders. Mud flaps also needed to be removed. The trimming required isn't major, and it's not noticeable from outside the truck.

This is all with stock suspension and 275/65R18 tires. If you ever lift your truck even just a little bit (1.25" - 1.75") very little to no trimming is necessary with this tire size.
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The black truck with the Toyo A/T II Extremes (two posts up, and then a few posts before that as well) has just a basic 2" - 2.5" shock mount spacer leveling kit and 285/65R18 tires. We only had to do very minor trimming on the fender liner and a small amount on the over fender.



The white truck with bronze BFDs has stock suspension and 275/65R18 Goodyear Duratracs in the photos I posted just a couple of posts above. He did have to do some trimming on the front of the fender liner and the front and back of the front over fenders. Mud flaps also needed to be removed. The trimming required isn't major, and it's not noticeable from outside the truck.

This is all with stock suspension and 275/65R18 tires. If you ever lift your truck even just a little bit (1.25" - 1.75") very little to no trimming is necessary with this tire size.
I am looking at getting a 2" leveling kit, and want to know what size tires to get on my stock TRD Sport rims. Prerunner, SR5, TRD Sport DCSB. Thanks!
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Agreed! Very cool stickers.

Here are a few more photos of his truck that I snapped as he was leaving:





That's awesome. I wish I could squeeze this combo on my setup but I think it might be too tight. What's the situation on your stock. You'll have matte black 06/14. What about graphite stock?
BTW... Did you find any pics of MGM and blacks?
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How much for rims and to ship these rims to honolulu hawaii?? Also what's the difference between the off road and BFD?
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That's awesome. I wish I could squeeze this combo on my setup but I think it might be too tight. What's the situation on your stock. You'll have matte black 06/14. What about graphite stock?
BTW... Did you find any pics of MGM and blacks?
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Matte black and graphite gunmetal are back in stock as of today, 6/10.

You can fit 285/65R18 A/T tires on your setup with some minor fender liner / over fender trimming + mud flap removal. PM / phone call sent to you. Thanks again!

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Anyone have any exp with Kenda klever tires? I am kinda on a limited budget to get some tires before getting moved to Guam. The sales guy today introduced me to them. They look agressive enough and from what I've read have very little road noise.
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Anyone have any exp with Kenda klever tires? I am kinda on a limited budget to get some tires before getting moved to Guam. The sales guy today introduced me to them. They look agressive enough and from what I've read have very little road noise.
I don't have any personal experience with Kenda tires. I just tried to call Kenda directly to ask them some questions for you, and I wasn't able to get through to anyone in their corporate offices in Ohio.

Sorry about that. I will say that for inexpensive tires of decent quality, Hankook usually can't be beat (in my experience).
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I don't have any personal experience with Kenda tires. I just tried to call Kenda directly to ask them some questions for you, and I wasn't able to get through to anyone in their corporate offices in Ohio.

Sorry about that. I will say that for inexpensive tires of decent quality, Hankook usually can't be beat (in my experience).
Thanks for trying Jd!
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How much lift needed to fit these wheels with nitto trail grapplers. I was thinking of going with a 3 inch lift lmk any info is appreciated guys thanks
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Thanks for trying Jd!
No problem! If you do try a set of those tires please let me know your thoughts.

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How much lift needed to fit these wheels with nitto trail grapplers. I was thinking of going with a 3 inch lift lmk any info is appreciated guys thanks
LT285/65R18 Nitto Trail Grapplers? 2"+ of lift would be sufficient, 2.5"- 3.0" would be great. Since the Trail Grapplers are quite aggressive and run a bit tall and wide (compared to say, Nitto Terra Grapplers), you might have a little bit of rubbing on the cab-mount at full steering wheel lock with these tires in this size.

You'll definitely have to trim some of the fender liner and plastic over fender as well.

Here's one of my customers with Trail Grapplers and BFDs:





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No problem! Well worth the wait!!! Thank you!

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