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Old 04-22-2013, 09:28 PM   #1522
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Looks like powder river pass right? Great drive!
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:55 AM   #1523
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Looks like powder river pass right? Great drive!
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Old 04-23-2013, 10:08 AM   #1524
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what size duratracs would yall recommend for a 17x9 with 5" of backspacing and 0mm offset with roughly a 2.5" lift from a icon stage 4 lift?
265/70/17, unless you can get a pair of .5" wheel spacers, you could run 285/70/17 with minor trimming
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Old 04-23-2013, 10:17 AM   #1525
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265/70/17, unless you can get a pair of .5" wheel spacers, you could run 285/70/17 with minor trimming
I have the 265/70/17 on my stock height Tacoma TRD Sport. They fit great no rubbing or anything. The only problem I've had was driving through Nebraska when Walda was rolling through. I picked up a lot of slush that froze and the tires didn't want to turn. Just had to pursued the ice to leave with a crowbar and hammer. Worked like a charm afterwards.

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Old 04-23-2013, 10:20 AM   #1526
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If you are implying to run bigger tires with 5" BS, you will hit the UCAs with the tires, hence why I said .5" wheel spacers.
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Alright so what I've got is that I can run 265/70/17 no problem but if I was to bump up to the 285/70/17 I would need a .5" spacer so that I don't hit the upper control arm and I'd need to trim. Is that right or can I run the 285's with no spacer and still have to trim also if I did run the .5 spacer would t the tire stick out of the wheel well? Appreciate the help guys
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Alright so what I've got is that I can run 265/70/17 no problem but if I was to bump up to the 285/70/17 I would need a .5" spacer so that I don't hit the upper control arm and I'd need to trim. Is that right or can I run the 285's with no spacer and still have to trim also if I did run the .5 spacer would t the tire stick out of the wheel well? Appreciate the help guys
with, the 5" bs wheel, I would assume you would need to run wheel spacers of at least .5" to run the 285's. but you will need to trim with the 285's, not with the 265's
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Old 04-30-2013, 08:06 PM   #1529
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I finally got them! I love these tires! I also got the 36 month road hazard protection with them since it was only $28 each tire.
265/75/16 duratracs load C mounted on Konig Countersteer graphite wheels

An inch doesn't sound like much, but it makes a noticeable difference for sure.










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I finally got them! I love these tires! I also got the 36 month road hazard protection with them since it was only $28 each tire.
265/75/16 duratracs load C mounted on Konig Countersteer graphite wheels

An inch doesn't sound like much, but it makes a noticeable difference for sure.










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Old 05-01-2013, 10:10 PM   #1532
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Thanks guys. I get a very light rub at full lock on the little hump on the front mud flaps.
Glad I didn't jump right into 285s!
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Thanks guys. I get a very light rub at full lock on the little hump on the front mud flaps.
Glad I didn't jump right into 285s!
I just used a sharp box cutter and trimmed some of it back; now no rubbing.
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I got some 265 75 16 in Feb and ran them home 60 miles to get home through 5" of unplowed snow in the N GA mountains with no problems at all. Great traction even throught the steep grades. 3000 miles later, they are still quiet (for an aggressive AT) and balanced out great. So far, I would buy a 2nd set if I get some mileage out of them.
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Giggity.

These tires are awesome!
They are not loud AT ALL, I went from worn stock dunlops to this and I can just BARELY hear them hum.
They look sick, and I got quite a bit of functional lift (about an inch) from their deep aggressive tread.


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Here's my 05 Tacoma PreRunner OffRoad edition with new Goodyear Duratracs on Mickey Thompson Classic III (3) rims. I had stock BFGoodrich Rugged Trail tires on Toyota stock alloy rims.

I did not want to lift my truck, so I went with the recommended max size of 265/75 R16 tires. They did rub quite a bit, so, I ended removing the mud guards. They still rub... so, will be using my Dremel when I have time to shave a bit of the inner wheel well.









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Just got these a few weeks ago. With Tahoe an hour away, can't wait for winter.





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