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What have you done to your Tacoma today? 1st Gen Edition

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by SlimDigg, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. PcBuilder14

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    Doubtful, depends on backspacing of wheels also.
     
  2. tylershane17

    tylershane17 Back to Back World War Champions

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    No its stock. Forgot to mention rims are 15x8 with 3 5/8 backspacing
     
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    tylershane17 Back to Back World War Champions

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    Yeah I kinda figured it would be close. Backspacing is 3 5/8
     
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    Those tires would only be 1" shorter and thinner than my tires. I'm on 3" of lift and still rub the pinch weld every now and then.
     
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    Those mickey thompsons are nice , I want them
     
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  7. tylershane17

    tylershane17 Back to Back World War Champions

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    Thanks man I've been wanting them for some time and finally ordered them. I'll get some pics on my build and this thread as soon as i get them onn
     
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    Well shit..:(
     
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    I want them too. Didn't even know they made 15x8 until recently, but they're aluminum which isn't a problem 99% of the time. I just prefer steelies for rock crawling.
     
  10. LukeBo4x4

    LukeBo4x4 The more people I meet, the more I like my dogs.

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    i know a dude that has 32 1150 on stock setup u dont want to know the things he had to cut to fit them but its up to you
     
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    You could probably run whatever the 15" equivelant is to 265/75/16. It might rub some but not much. Just depends on how much your suspension is sagging.
     
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    it does mean something.

    i have and still have the same code. after reset numerous times... went from 290mpg/tank to under 250/tank average, the worst was 192mpg till the fuel light came on. and i use 88 octane fyi

    tho its not as important as other codes, id does mean something. if your o2 sensors arent reading properly and it tells your computer to adjust the gas then your gas mpgs goes to shit.

    after replacing both o2 sensors and still have the code, now i need to replace my cat
     
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    Oh yea I hear ya on the rocks. I just don't do much crawling not enough rocks in my neck of the woods lol.

    Oh well I probably don't want to know lol... I will probably end up getting a lift in a few months or a year. Only reason I don't get one now is it needs new shocks, coilovers, rear leaf springs so I can just aal, and possibly new UCA's.
     
  14. LukeBo4x4

    LukeBo4x4 The more people I meet, the more I like my dogs.

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    31 1050 is what id run if i was him but dont a 265 75 come out to a 32 1050?
     
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    Idk haha

    I ran 265/75/16's with about 25% tread with no lift on my 96 Tacoma. Rubbed slightly but not bad.
     
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    Right now I'm running 265/75/15 and suspension isn't sagging all that much
     
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    I feel the same way. I replaced the O2 sensors less than 25 or so thousand miles ago and I feel there's no way they've gone again so soon. When the weather warms I'll be checking out my cats.

    I too can barely squeek out 230-240 ish miles before the fuel light comes on. It's been that way even before I put on any armor. I get the same mileage now with bumper, skids, and sliders that I did with just the 3" lift and none of that.

    Can cats have that much of an adverse effect on mileage? If so, I would think the code would have popped before now.....
     
  19. LukeBo4x4

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    id jus stay with that size then
     
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    Alright guys thanks for the input
     
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