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Old 07-30-2010, 10:01 AM   #1
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5100's @ 1.75" - 265/70/17

First of all, I think that is the biggest tire I can fit with just a 1.75" lift and stock UCA and stock Sport wheels. If not, what else can I get in there?

Also, would this tire cause any additional lift? I think it's 1" taller than the stock tire. Would that raise the cab an additional .5"?

I'm between the BFG AT and the Nitto Grappler.

I'm also adding a 1.5" TSB AAL in the back. Should sit level and look badass!
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I think your right. Ive heard 285 will rub when at full steer lock or wheelin hard. So i think thati will get 265's too. I think im going Duratracs, i have to deal with snow. How many leafs does your stock leaf pack have. I have 3 large and 1 small and dont know which AAL kit to get, the tsb or non tsb.
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First of all, I think that is the biggest tire I can fit with just a 1.75" lift and stock UCA and stock Sport wheels. If not, what else can I get in there?

Also, would this tire cause any additional lift? I think it's 1" taller than the stock tire. Would that raise the cab an additional .5"?

I'm between the BFG AT and the Nitto Grappler.

I'm also adding a 1.5" TSB AAL in the back. Should sit level and look badass!
You'll be fine with the 265/70R17. If your gonna run the stock sport wheels I'd run this spacer in the front http://www.spidertrax.com/Toyota-Hub-Centric-Spacer.

Should look good!
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I ran 275/70/17 on stock sport wheels with 5100@175" no rub . Now Im curently running 265/70/17 no rub at all . Tomm I will lift it up 2.5" and get wheel size 17x8.5 at discount tire to bring the tires out a bit.
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I am currently running a 255/70/17 on stock suspension. Not sure if it matters but I have a reg cab sr5. I can turn my wheels all the way with no rubbing issues. I am about to install the 5100's at 1.75 just to bring the front up a bit. I'll post some before and after pics to show you guys.
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Thanks y'all,

The 285 will be too big...read all about it having rubbing issues with just a 1.75" lift.

Spacers for the fronts are out of the question. And it adds $200 to go all the way around.

I could definitely do 265/70/17's but will compare prices to the 275/70/17 (a more rare tire size that could be more expensive).
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There is no rub if you run 275/65/17 on stock wheels but if you run 275/70/17 then you will rub . Because I ran them on mine so I know when I had set up at 1.75"
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I got 5100's all around fronts set at 2.5 with stock UCAs. Runing 285s with spacers up front. No rub
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I got 5100's all around fronts set at 2.5 with stock UCAs. Runing 285s with spacers up front. No rub
You got spacers and no longer fit in parking spaces

Truck looks nice! I really don't want spacers up front though. More cost and I like my sharp turning radius.

My 5100's will be set to 1.75 and I have the rear TSB completed. If necessary, I'll get an AAL (1.0" or 1.5").

I think 285's are pushing it for me. Most I'd go is 275/70/17. Just need to compare cost against 265/70/17's.
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I ran 275/70/17 on stock sport wheels with 5100@175" no rub .
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....if you run 275/70/17 then you will rub . Because I ran them on mine so I know when I had set up at 1.75"
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You got spacers and no longer fit in parking spaces

Truck looks nice! I really don't want spacers up front though. More cost and I like my sharp turning radius.

My 5100's will be set to 1.75 and I have the rear TSB completed. If necessary, I'll get an AAL (1.0" or 1.5").

I think 285's are pushing it for me. Most I'd go is 275/70/17. Just need to compare cost against 265/70/17's.
Har Har with the parking lol jk. Our parking spaces are on top of each other and with 1 child and two infants I need some space. So I park like a dick sometimes, also to save the wifey a spot since they don't enforce parking like they should

Thanks though. The spacers haven't affected me that I notice with my turning radius, besides it's a truck. It was made to conquer mall parking lot curbs and parking blocks! I liked the 285s because they fill out real well but the 275's should look great at the 1.75
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Dam I want 265/70/17s. The 65/17 just don't look right. Any chain companies having any deals on all-terrains?
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Dam I want 265/70/17s. The 65/17 just don't look right. Any chain companies having any deals on all-terrains?
nittos $585 shipped. discount tire company on ebay.
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im running 265/70/17 nitto terra grappler a/t with 5100's @1.75 no tsb surprisingly enough

edit: absolutley no rub

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Just updating my situation...

My 5100's were delivered today. I ordered all 4 from Sonny at DownSouth and he has been VERY responsive to my questions. Paid $283 shipped.

I am now trying to decide on tires.

General Grabber AT2 - $636 out the door (60k warranty)


Cooper Discoverer ATR - $627 OTD (50k warr)


Goodyear Silent Armor - $725 OTD (50k warr)


Nitto Terra Grappler - $735 OTD (no warr)



I'm leaning toward the General Grabbers. They have the longest warranty, are the cheapest and get a good rating.
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Get the at2's you will not regret it I have been running the tires for 6 months with my billys @1.75
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What tire size did you end up going with?
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265/70/17 Nitto Terra Grapplers. Rear TSB. Front 5100's at 1.75. no rub

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just got the General AT2's in 265/70/17 with 4.1" backspace and only had to remove the front mudflaps. Lifted 1.6" using eibachs and 5100 set at 0





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