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33" or equivalent on 18" wheel

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by black07sport4x4, Mar 26, 2013.

  1. black07sport4x4

    black07sport4x4 [OP] New Member

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    Michael
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    3" Procomp level kit, 0"-6" Airlift Airbags (Rear), Debagded, Black Tail-lights, 40 Series Flowmaster turn-down,
    Hey guys, Im new to Tacoma World but have browsed around for awhile.

    My question for you guys is what tires do you recommend in a 33" or equivalent on a 18" wheel?
    Price?
    Milage?
    Comments?
    Pros/Cons?

    I currently have ProComp 305/60R18 Xtreme AT and love them but its time for some new shoes. I got 50,000 miles out of them! I wanted to see what you guys recommended. I am looking at a few different tires: Cooper Zeon LTZ, GoodYear duratrac, General Tire grabber AT2, etc.

    Thank you guys in advance for your help.
    Michael
     
  2. TPain

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    I would like to know as well, because I'm looking to possibly move up to this size within the next 3 months.
     
  3. JdMeF9SiR2

    JdMeF9SiR2 PARTS HOARDER

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    I like a little bit narrower of a tire size for a 33" equivalent on the Tacoma with 18" wheels : 285/65R18. My favorite in this size for an all-terrain is the Nitto Terra Grappler.
     
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