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'13 Stock Taco Tires and Rims on a '98?

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by therexinator, Apr 12, 2013.

  1. therexinator

    therexinator [OP] Central Oregon Member

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    Hey guys,
    I've got a 1998 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road, stock suspension. Right now I'm running the factory 31/10.5/R15. Need new tires and I'm getting tired of my old painted rims. Ran across a guy who swapped his tires and rims on the lot. They're stock 2013 Tacoma rims and tires which are 265/65/R17, at least his model of truck. I looked on the size calculator and there is hardly any difference at all. They're just maybe a 1/4" wider if anything. Anyone done this, should I be okay with no lift??? He's asking a decent price so I'd like to pull the trigger on these. Thanks...
     
  2. therexinator

    therexinator [OP] Central Oregon Member

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    Called Les Schwab yesterday and they do fit. Hope this helps if anyone else is doing a swap like this.
     
  3. WThomas1250

    WThomas1250 Molon Labe

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    Can't wait to see how it looks! I thought about getting 2nd gen wheels but I've decided to have my stock wheels painted black instead- Hopefully soon
     
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    davidpick Well-Known Member

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    you shouldn't have any problems with the fit. go for it! :thumbsup:
     
  5. therexinator

    therexinator [OP] Central Oregon Member

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    Thanks guys, I'm stoked to see how it turns out also. I'll have some pics in the next couple weeks when I get them.
     
  6. therexinator

    therexinator [OP] Central Oregon Member

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    Lol long overdue, but here's how the rims and tires turned out.

    IMG_0927.jpg
     
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