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Old 01-15-2013, 10:33 PM   #1
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I have the Trd sport rims the Size is 265/65/17 , I'm wondering if 285/70/17 would possibly fit on my rims and would it rub against my fenders ?
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What about 275/70 16's? I was told they would fit without issue if I just wanted a little more width. Hm? BF Goodrich Rugged Terrain T/A http://www.discounttiredirect.com/di...TA&code=014532
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265/70 or even 75 16s will fit but nothing bigger without wheel spacers
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I run 275/70/17 on stock Sport alloys with no wheel spacers
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Any pictures ?
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What about 275/70 16's? I was told they would fit without issue if I just wanted a little more width. Hm? BF Goodrich Rugged Terrain T/A http://www.discounttiredirect.com/di...TA&code=014532
I am running 275/70/17's
Billi's 5100 on all 4 corners
AAL 1.5
Stock Rims
I just added the spyder trax 1.25" wheel spacer and I am getting some rubbing on the UCA.. It only rubs with full wheel turn while off roading...

I am not sure if the rubbing was going on before the spacers because I never went off road....

I am wondering if larger spacers would help or should I just take them off...?
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Hi, I researched this topic quite a bit. I have a 2013 Toy Tac Double Cab Limited 4x4. The truck is stock with no lift. I just had 275/65/18 installed at Discount Tire. We test fitted the 275/70/18 and they were a bit large so we dropped down to the 65. Discount Tires was great and took the time to do the test fit. You can research all you want but if you are trying to get the largest tire that will work I recommend the test fit. I did take off both front and rear mud flaps from the front wheel wells and I also detached the wheel well plastic and pushed it back as far as possible and reattached it to create more room. It worked well and you can't even tell I did anything.




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