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New tacoma, need help

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by fubrian, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. fubrian

    fubrian [OP] Member

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    I just got a 2000 single cab 4x4 tacoma a few weeks ago. I would like to put some bigger wheels+ tires on it. However, I dont know where to start. What size wheels fit on. Also I dont know if I should be looking for hub centric (I dont really know what that means).

    Also, what size/ sort of tires would you recommend for snow/ street driving (I would like to go bigger than stock, but I have stock suspension)

    What would I have to do if I did get bigger tires? for example, I know it would mess up the speedometer, etc.

    Thanks for your help.
     
  2. chaz834

    chaz834 Tacoma 4 Life.

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    3'' Tuff Counrty Lift, Moromoto Mini H1 Projectors 5000K 35W, BHLM, 30'' LED Light Bar, Black TOYOTA Emblem, Excelon Touch Screen Deck, Hertz Speakers,Excelon AMP, 2 10'' JL Audio Subs, Wet Okle seat covers, Weather Tech Floor Mats.
    Here is mine with no lift with 31s. I have a 3" lift now with the same tires and I love it.

    184 2.jpg
     
  3. Jdevine80

    Jdevine80 Member

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    There are some stickys at the top of the Wheels & Tires forum that should answer all your questions.
     
  4. fubrian

    fubrian [OP] Member

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    Okay, I see the max tire size with stock suspension and the tire sizetool.

    Regarding the tire size tool, am I actually able to change the speedometer to correct for the new tires, or am I just supposed to know the conversions? Also it says that it also gives the recommended gear ratios, how important would it be to change them, and how would I do it?
     
  5. Flash2408

    Flash2408 Well-Known Member

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    I wonder how close 33x10.50's would come to fitting stock suspen
     
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