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Biggest tires I can put on my truck?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by taco4life17, Feb 28, 2013.

  1. taco4life17

    taco4life17 [OP] New Member

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    Im looking to get new tires and rims for my tacoma. its an 05 TRD 4 door and i have a 3" leveling kit in the front and 1 1/2" in the back. does anyone know the max size tires i could put on my truck with no rubbing if i were to get 17" rims? or 18" rims? thanks!
     
  2. 650H1

    650H1 Well-Known Member

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    285's'll work
     
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    Xer0 SiN Well-Known Member

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    this and that...
    when i put my 265/70/17 on my truck, i thought i had a lot of space under my wheel wells. i thought to myself, i could easily fit 285's without any modifications. i know theyll fit but now i think it may be tighter than i orginally thought. ive thrown a side by side comparison just to show the difference. currently, im waiting for my welds to come in.

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  4. hunt12

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    :headbang::crapstorm: shouldnt have any problems same tires im looking at will look good im going with helo 791 chrome are black not sure to many black rims out there wanted to be different you may have to remove front mud flaps keep your back ones :bowdown::mudding::wave::cheers:
     
  5. Fire252fighter

    Fire252fighter Well-Known Member

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    Westwood 6.1 inch nav head unit Jumper LEDs Headlights/fogs/corners/map &dome/third/reverse/plate lights Dipped emblems Jason cap
    Warden (formerly ATB): The Warden is a very aggressive, all terrain pattern designed to provide excellent traction and handling both on and off-road. Excellent wear capabilities combine with great go anywhere traction. The Warden is an aggressive, high-void, all-terrain pattern with interlocking tread blocks and abundant siping to provide traction and handling without generating excessive noise. Upper sidewall traction bars maximize performance by providing the clawing action necessary to develop traction and steering control in deep dirt and sand.

    Tread Depth:
    15.5/32”

    Meas. Rim Width:
    7.5”
    Tread Width:
    8.25”

    Rim Width Range:
    7-8”
    Max Load:
    3,042 lbs

    Outer Diameter:
    32”
    Max PSI:
    65 psi

    Section Width:
    10.5”

    These are what I am running they are Treadwright retreads 265/75r16 and mine rub at full turn on the fog light shroud.
     
  6. taco4life17

    taco4life17 [OP] New Member

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    thanks guys much appreciated!
     
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    I would like to run Goodyear Duratracs on my truck. It is a 2014 4x4 and I'd like to run 235/85R16's (31.7" diameter). The stock ones are 245/75R16's (30.5" diameter). I had them on my 2002 but needed to level the truck to get them to fit without ever rubbing or hitting the fender. They worked great. I'm not sure about this new truck. Anyone have any idea?
     
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