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Old 02-16-2008, 02:46 PM   #1
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Nitto 275/65/20 34" tire?

I have an 08 Tacoma Dcab long bed.

Nitto has a 275/65/20 which is 34" tall , 11" width which is the same width as a 265/70/17 stock tire.

Will a 275/65/20 rim/tire fit under the truck with 3" toytec lift?

Any other info on this combo would be appreciated.

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it won't fit.
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Old 02-16-2008, 10:17 PM   #3
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Why not the 20?

This is the only way you can get a 34" tire that's not too wide. That I am aware of...

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its approx. 2.5 inches taller. but it should fit. but my honest opinion says dont get a 20.
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I love my 20's on my DC Longbed. I have the Enkei X-SP 20's. I dont't think a 34 in. tire will fit with only 3 inches of lift though. I have heard that people are rubbing with 33's.
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w/ 3" of lift a normal 33" tire would rub....not sure about a 20..but i'm sure that a 34" would definately not work
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Is it the width or the height of a 285/70/17 (33" tire) that makes it rub?

You have to offset a 285/70/17 so it will not hit the UCA. Is this what makes it rub?
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well the 285/70/17 doesnt rub the UCA...it rubs the inside of the fender (by the cab) at a full turn. u'll be half an inch narrower than the 285, but u'll 1" bigger around overall. u can try it, but i dont think it'll work to well as far as bumps and spinning at the same time.
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