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bf goodrich 235/75/15 brand new

Discussion in '2nd Gen Tacoma Marketplace' started by mcleod90, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. mcleod90

    mcleod90 [OP] 150,000 miles and counting

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    i bought these last weekend and then i lifted my truck and now they look to small :(

    im looking to get what i paid for them so around 650.

    sears wont take them back because they are "used" but they are willing to give me a about 250$ off the new tires i may buy.

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  2. jayster

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    TOYOTA HOOD PROTECTOR, SIDE WINDOW VAS SHADES, TOYOTA TOOL BOX, OKOLE' SEAT COVERS, TSB REAR LEAF CONVERSION, DEMELLO ROCK SLIDERS, ROAD ARMOR FRONT AND REAR BUMPERS, TOYOTA ROOF RACK, HIGH INTENSITY LED LICENSE PLATE LIGHT, PILOT FRONT FOG, PILOT REAR BACK UP, MODIFIED TOYOTA SKID PLATE....
    I'm in the same dilemma...I just put the Road Armor bumpers on...now I am going for the suspension. I like the tire a lot, but I found out there is no mileage warranty either :(
     
  3. mcleod90

    mcleod90 [OP] 150,000 miles and counting

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    ya i just put them on craigslist and see what happens. if they sell they sell if not then i am ok with that too. i like the look of the tires a lot though
     
  4. Jo civic

    Jo civic Remember the time?

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    Always always lift the truck then buy tires. Plus , 235 is way to small even when it wasn't lifted. That's smaller than factory.
     
  5. armyairforce89

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    Ready Lift SST Lift Kit, Fog Lights, Aluminum Diamond Plate Tool Box, AFE ProDry S Air Filter, UltraGuage, BF Goodrich Long Trail T/A 235x75x15's
    ^Not for a 5 lugger. Factory is 215/70/15. Mcleod90 do you have any backed off pictures with the new tires and lift? I'm trying to figure out what to get as well. I already have the ready lift and trying to figure out tire size now.
     
  6. mcleod90

    mcleod90 [OP] 150,000 miles and counting

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    5 luggers came with 215/70/15 :(
    but if they dont sell, oh well i still love the way it looks.
     
  7. mcleod90

    mcleod90 [OP] 150,000 miles and counting

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    ya theres a few on my build page, check out my sig
     
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