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Old 09-05-2010, 08:29 AM   #1
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BFG A/T 275-70-16

Would these tires fit on a stock 4X4 db cab with or without wheel spacers
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Old 09-07-2010, 05:25 PM   #2
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I've been running BFG ATs 275-70-16s for about 4 years on my 2001 Tacoma Double cab 4x4 at stock suspension.
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Old 09-08-2010, 06:47 AM   #4
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I'll have to pay attention next tank full. I don't remember it being much different when I first got them, at least not enough to notice.
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Do you have any pics of your truck with these tires u can post. Also Tire Rack spec's show this tire as sect. width 11.1 '' and tread width at 9'' is this correct. thanks for the info.
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and I'm thinking about getting Method Racing Wheels, so I Photoshoped them on. Not sure if I like the black or raw finish.


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Also Tire Rack spec's show this tire as sect. width 11.1 '' and tread width at 9'' is this correct. thanks for the info.
Yes, that's correct.
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Old 09-09-2010, 10:21 PM   #7
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Thanks for the pic's and a great looking truck. For no lift that tire size(275-70-16) looks awesome on your truck. I think that tire size and tire will be my tire choice when my rugged trails r shot .
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and I'm thinking about getting Method Racing Wheels, so I Photoshoped them on. Not sure if I like the black or raw finish.



Yes, that's correct.
Tires look great. That's the size and tire I'm planning to run once these wear out. How bad do they rub? I was even thinking of possibly even running 275/75/16's, but I'm sure I'd run into some serious rubbing being that tall on the stock lift.
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Never had any rubbing issues with my 275/70s, but I also don't wheel this thing, so I don't know if you wheel over boulders at full droop. I'm in the Chicago area, and like the cabbie in Seattle said, "Chicago... flat like pancake."
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I had to take a heat gun to the plastic under the bumper to keep this size tire from rubbing. I think it was becuase of my wider Dick Cepek DC-1 rims though.



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got those Methods finally since I needed new tires
I went with 265/75/16s, and they rub ever so slightly at full turn on the mud flaps in front.
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Those tires look great. Keep me in touch with the mileage. I 'm also considering that tire and size. I think those tires are 53 lbs each. If possible can you send a picture of the tires width. I do not want those tires if those tires look slimmer than the stock 265/70-16. Thanks
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Tires look great. That's the size and tire I'm planning to run once these wear out. How bad do they rub? I was even thinking of possibly even running 275/75/16's, but I'm sure I'd run into some serious rubbing being that tall on the stock lift.
I'm not aware of any tires coming in this size... If they did, I imagine many of us might be interested, being that there is always the infamous debate between the 265s and 285s.
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