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Old 11-26-2011, 06:21 AM   #1
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Will 17x9's and 265/70R17 fit on a stock 2011 tacoma

Will 17x9's and 265/70R17 fit on a stock 2011 tacoma?
I was looking at the 17x9 XD addict wheels and the 265/70R17 Goodyear Duratracs.
If it will not fit, what is required(lift-wise) to make them fit?
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I will point you to a sticky on the top of the page (TONS of info if you use "search")

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/whe...uspension.html



Long story short, yes...
The answer is not yes. Duratracs are not approved for 9" wide rims in their 265/70/17 size,according to the Goodyear website.
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The answer is not yes. Duratracs are not approved for 9" wide rims in their 265/70/17 size,according to the Goodyear website.
Touche! Didn't even pay attention to that, just saw tire size and "will it fit". Listen to KPT, this dude knows his stuff!

Just to provide some sort of valuable input, that tire is specified to fit a 7-8.5" wheel
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I dont really care about what kind of tire at the moment... I just want to be able to fit the XD addict wheels on my taco.
So I should have asked this question...
Can I fit 17x9's on a stock taco without lifting it?
and How much would i have to lift it to fit 33's? and any recommendations on a kit that dosent kill my wallet.
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I dont really care about what kind of tire at the moment... I just want to be able to fit the XD addict wheels on my taco.
So I should have asked this question...
Can I fit 17x9's on a stock taco without lifting it?
and How much would i have to lift it to fit 33's? and any recommendations on a kit that dosent kill my wallet.
Yes, and you would need to lift 2.5"+ to fit 33s
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Yes, and you would need to lift 2.5"+ to fit 33s
Any reccomendations on kits?
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Old 11-26-2011, 03:18 PM   #7
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Any reccomendations on kits?
Bilstein 5100s or an old man emu lift are good choices if you are on a budget.
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