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stock steelies with big tires?

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by pl2010tacoma, Aug 30, 2011.

  1. pl2010tacoma

    pl2010tacoma [OP] Member

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    anyone running the 2nd gen steel wheels with bigger tires? If anyone could post pictures for me that be great. I can't decide if I want to buy new wheels or just get bigger tires. I want to put some type of lift on my truck also thats not to expensive.
     
  2. Fink

    Fink Motorboatin' SOB

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    Not sure if these are bigger than stock or not (I found this pic via Google) but here are the base steelies with Wrangler's on them...

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    As far as a lift goes, just do a few searches on here and you'll be bombarded with info.

    Good luck!

    Fink[​IMG]
     
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    snorola Well-Known Member

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    Here is mine with stock steelies, 265 75 duratracs and around 2.5" of lift.

    To go to 285's you will need wheel spacers.

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    snorola Well-Known Member

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    haha thats my truck.

    Those are 265 75 R16 (32's)a bit bigger than stock, they will fit with no lift as well as I had my lift off for a week while my coilovers were getting rebuilt.
     
  5. KPT

    KPT sees what you did there.

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    Same truck, posted at the exact same minute?
     
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    That's crazy!

    snorola, I hope you didn't mind me posting it - I just did a Google search and yours was the first 2nd gen that showed up. Sweet truck!

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  7. pl2010tacoma

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    thanks! thats a perfect picture of what I needed to see
     
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