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tires make all the difference

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by jz23, Nov 2, 2012.

  1. jz23

    jz23 [OP] Well-Known Member

    Oct 19, 2012
    First Name:
    madison wisconsin
    2009 tacomaregular cab 2x4
    I had my new rims and tires installed last night and I couldn't be happier with the look (what a huge difference :)).

    Driving to work this morning I did notice a few things. the ride is a lot stiffer with the new package and I think I will need to get some bigger brakes (they are quite a bit more spongy than they were, which threw me for a loop at the first stop light)....:eek: close one! And I also noticed the turning isn't as tight as it was (another sobering moment at the first roundabout :eek:). these are probably obvious differences but as a newbie I have never experienced what a difference a bigger tire package makes.

    If you have a package with 215/70/15's, I would highly recommend stepping up to 235/75/15's. They fill in the wheel wells perfectly and they don't rub at all.:)

    the truck now demands attention and is a lot tougher looking.

    now on to the next (Satoshi grill) project!
  2. TeamLombardo

    TeamLombardo WE'VE LANDED ON THE MOON!

    May 20, 2012
    First Name:
    El Paso
    '12 DCSB TRD Off-Road 4x4
    OME 886x, OME Trim Packer, OME Shocks, Dakars, Toytec Shims, LR UCAs, CB Drop, Demello Sliders, Pelfreybilt Plate Bumper, Warn VR8000-s, RI 20" LED, RI Duallys, TRD Exhaust, Weathertech Liners, SS Brake Lines Front/Back, BHLM, Anytime Fogs, CV Boot Mod, 20% Tint, Stubby Antenna, Salex Console Organizer, Derped Grill/Badges
    Pics yo!
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