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Old 11-05-2008, 06:28 PM   #1
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nitto terra grappler's AT

im thinkin about gettin the Nitto Terra Grappler All Terrain's i dont have a lift and im not gonna put one on whats the biggest tire you think i could fit without it rubbing, and its the 08 taco
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im thinkin about gettin the Nitto Terra Grappler All Terrain's i dont have a lift and im not gonna put one on whats the biggest tire you think i could fit without it rubbing, and its the 08 taco
if you have the 16inch offroad wheels......biggest tirre without a lift is 265/75/16........if you have sport with 17's.......... 265/75/17 i think.
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I just got a set, great tires! The biggest size you can run without a lift is 265/75/16 or 265/70/17.
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I just got a set of 265/70/17 and I have minor rubbing on my Base model 4x4, hoping the TSB with Bilsteins all around will fix that, if not then 4 Wheel Parts will trim a little for me.
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I just got a set of 265/70/17 and I have minor rubbing on my Base model 4x4, hoping the TSB with Bilsteins all around will fix that, if not then 4 Wheel Parts will trim a little for me.
Get a set of sheet metal shears and trim yourself. Why let 4 Wheel Parts rip you off...
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Get a set of sheet metal shears and trim yourself. Why let 4 Wheel Parts rip you off...
They only rub on the plastic fenders where the mud flaps use to be attached. Oh and free wouldn't be a rip off and they are right around the corner from my house, but my BF did his and he could do mine also if I wanted to wait for him to get around to it . Also I saved over $300 on my wheels/tires at 4WP and my BF saved $75 on airbags. It took them less than an hour to install my wheels/tires and the customer service was great.
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:06 PM   #8
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Get a set of sheet metal shears and trim yourself. Why let 4 Wheel Parts rip you off...
I used a simple utility knife, just keep an extra sharp blade handy-
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They only rub on the plastic fenders where the mud flaps use to be attached. Oh and free wouldn't be a rip off and they are right around the corner from my house, but my BF did his and he could do mine also if I wanted to wait for him to get around to it . Also I saved over $300 on my wheels/tires at 4WP and my BF saved $75 on airbags. It took them less than an hour to install my wheels/tires and the customer service was great.
Thats a first. Seems every quote I get from 4WP is higher then all others. You are lucky, have at it...
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Old 11-07-2008, 06:38 PM   #10
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How big can you go on a 2001 without a lift with the terra grapplers?
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Old 11-07-2008, 07:21 PM   #11
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How big can you go on a 2001 without a lift with the terra grapplers?
on an 01 dcab, nothing bigger than what you already have stock...

265-70-16
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not even a few inches? Dont the 4x4s have a little more clearance than the prerunners though?
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not even a few inches? Dont the 4x4s have a little more clearance than the prerunners though?
a prerunner is a 2wd w/ the suspension of a 4x4. same heights
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ohhhh iv always wondered, thanks for the tip, so only stock size? whay can 2nd gens go higher?
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ohhhh iv always wondered, thanks for the tip, so only stock size? whay can 2nd gens go higher?
they are built differently

just like 01-04 xcabs sit a lil higher than the dcabs...
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just like 01-04 xcabs sit a lil higher than the dcabs...
You sure about this? everything I find lists the double cabs higher than the others.
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positive on the 01-04 gen...

i went through a lot of money in tires, wheels, and suspension changes to get it down right....
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Thats a first. Seems every quote I get from 4WP is higher then all others. You are lucky, have at it...
They price match, so find the lowest price online and take it to them, I did that with tires and wheels.
My BF got a discount due to working at the Chevy Dealership.
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positive on the 01-04 gen...

i went through a lot of money in tires, wheels, and suspension changes to get it down right....
Everything I find says otherwise:
http://consumerguideauto.howstuffwor...a-tacoma-3.htm
http://www.internetautoguide.com/rev...a/summary.html


Seems the 4 doors are higher than the reg cabs. and extra cabs. Since the springs are a higher rate given the extra weight of the vehicle. Headroom is only 1/10th of an inch difference, so obviously the cabs are the same. Many of my friends with 4 door first gens are running 265/75/16's with no rubbing of any kind. This holds true for the second gen trucks, also.
Im thinking your truck may have had weak springs?
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one thing about TG's.. they run very true to their size. Great tires though, excellent ride quality, tread life and very well priced.

be sure to get LT rated and not P rated though
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