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Old 08-31-2013, 09:53 AM   #1
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Show me NON lifted Tacos w/ aftermarket wheels!

I have an 06 Silver streak dbl cab 4x4, and have a 60 mile round trip to work, so lifting it with mud tires is not an option. I am going to run a stock size all terrain tire but I would like to see some pics of other stock trucks with aftermarket wheels
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Old 08-31-2013, 11:03 AM   #2
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i am starting to look for new tires on my truck as well, which is stock height, and primarily used as a daily driver. still on factory rims, so pic wouldn't do any good, but have you considered looking into slightly larger tires to go on factory rims?

stock size for me is 245/75r16. i am looking at getting some 265/75r16 to replace. this will take me from a 30" to a 32" tall tire that is also about 1" wider. figure you are gaining 1/2" of width outside the rim on each side, and 1" more sidewall all around. that will fit just fine in the existing wheel wells.

the 2 tires i am down to for major consideration are BF Goodrich Rugged Terrain T/A and Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac. i would think that the BF Goodrich will do a bit better for you than the Goodyears for the daily driving, but they don't appear to do as well off roading or in snow, which doesn't seem like much of a concern in Tennessee. there are a lot of other tires to look at as well that would be better suited to highway driving.
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No lift, upgraded from 245/75r16 to 265/75r16.




With the right wheels. It gives a mean stance. I loved it!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9C-N9KRn0vo
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Here you go. Stock suspension. Once the OE tires wear out, I'm going to go with 265/75 16's


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Stock suspension save for Firestone air bags.
275/70r/17 Silent Armor on SCS Stealth 6, 17x8.5 with 4.3 in. of backspacing.
On the stock wheels, no trimming needed,
new wheels = lots o trimming
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Stock suspension save for Firestone air bags.
275/70r/17 Silent Armor on SCS Stealth 6, 17x8.5 with 4.3 in. of backspacing.
On the stock wheels, no trimming needed,
new wheels = lots o trimming
That's pretty impressive that you made 275/70/17 to work with the stock suspension. Typically, I recommend upsizing to only 265/70/17 at stock height.

Here's another owner with the Stealth 6 wheels. Stock height and stock tires 265/65/17.

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265/75/16 BFG All Terrains with TRD Baja beadlocks with stock TRD Offroad suspension
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After market FJ Trail Team wheels ,DuraTracs 265/75/16 ,Stock suspension
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looks good

Hey man this is a really nice looking truck

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Here you go. Stock suspension. Once the OE tires wear out, I'm going to go with 265/75 16's


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Stock height, totally street driven Taco work truck...



It has add a leafs on the rear, but the bed is loaded with at least 600 pounds of tools and material that puts it back down to stock height.
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