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Please Help!!! 275/70R17 on stock 17 rims

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by clankey, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. clankey

    clankey [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Roof Rack, Soft Tonneau, Running Boards, DDM HID's, Skid Plate, 3" lift, 275/70R17 BFG AT TA's
    ok I am almost done but still need a little help. Is anyone running 275/70R17 BFG AT TA on a 3inch lift ( i have a 20100 Double cab TRD) with stock rims? I have everything ordered but now I am nervous that I am going to have clearance issues. I spoke to the guys at Tuff Country and they said it would have proper clearance but I am seeing some posts that it will not.

    IF you have pics of this setup I would really appreciate seeing them and hearing your advice.

    Again 275/70R17 BFG AT TA on stock 17's

    Thanks again EVERYONE!!
    Clankey
     
  2. jodiddly33

    jodiddly33 Well-Known Member

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    You MIGHT need spacers or ucas but I'll let someone more knowledgable give you a for sure answer :)
     
  3. saf023

    saf023 Well-Known Member

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    I've been told by others that in order to do a 32" diameter tire you need a about an inch of lift. If you got the rear spring assembly TSB done by the dealer and you call Downsouth Motorsports and have them fix you up with a set of 5100 Bilstein shocks you'd be all set. You'd also have a noticable improvement in ride quality.
     
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