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Tires/wheels/lift question

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by cameron101, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. cameron101

    cameron101 [OP] Member

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    :confused:Ok i know this question has probably been answered several time but i cannot find it. I have a 2007 access cab 4wd with the TRD off road package. I would like to put a 3" body lift and get some 17" rims my question is though will a 265/70/17 tire fit/ Rub on my truck. I do go in the woods sometimes but no serious off roading.
     
  2. cameron101

    cameron101 [OP] Member

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    I have a tacoma
     
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    Colton Reagan/Bush '84

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    Stay away from body lifts, go for a suspension lift. For a susp. lift, stay away from spacer lift and go for Bilstein shocks or coilovers for the best ride and performance. 265/70/17's with fit on your truck stock without a lift.
     
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    thanks for clearing that up i will look into that
     
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