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Old 12-20-2011, 11:53 AM   #1
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Going to a bigger stock wheel

Hey,

I currently have P245/75/R16 tires on my 2007 tacoma stock wheels. I can get a good deal on stock 2010 Tacoma wheels which are 265/65/r17.

Am I right to assume that they will fit onto the truck with no problems?? As well they have tire sensors either?? Can I put the ones on mine now onto those??
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Old 12-20-2011, 11:57 AM   #2
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Hey,
I currently have P245/75/R16 tires on my 2007 tacoma stock wheels. I can get a good deal on stock 2010 Tacoma wheels which are 265/65/r17.
1. Am I right to assume that they will fit onto the truck with no problems??
2. As well they have tire sensors either??
3. Can I put the ones on mine now onto those??
1. Yes
2. Maybe
3. Maybe
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Old 12-20-2011, 12:00 PM   #3
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Hey,

I currently have P245/75/R16 tires on my 2007 tacoma stock wheels. I can get a good deal on stock 2010 Tacoma wheels which are 265/65/r17.

Am I right to assume that they will fit onto the truck with no problems?? As well they have tire sensors either?? Can I put the ones on mine now onto those??
Your question is a bit confusing, as you are saying wheels but describing tire sizes. Are you talking about new wheels AND tires, or just tires?

If you're talking about just tires, a 265/65/17 tire will not fit on the 16" wheel that you have now, nor will your 245/75/16 tires fit onto a 17" wheel. If you are talking about 17" 2010 Tacoma wheels WITH 265/65/17 tires, then yes those wheels and tires will fit on your truck.
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Yes. Switching wheels and tires. But the new ones dont have tire sensors. Will my current sensors fit onto the bigger size wheels and tires?
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Old 12-20-2011, 12:11 PM   #5
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Yes. Switching wheels and tires. But the new ones dont have tire sensors. Will my current sensors fit onto the bigger size wheels and tires?
If you take them to a good shop they will get your old steel wheel sensors to fit, either by rotating them 180, or by using tpms straps.
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If you take them to a good shop they will get your old steel wheel sensors to fit, either by rotating them 180, or by using tpms straps.
This is very true, a good shop will make them fit. I currently haev my stock TPMS from my sport wheels installed in a set of Pro Comp steel wheels, I was told by several people that they would not work, yet they do.
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