2019 Tacoma SR5 (tires; Help!)

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  1. latinruiz77

    latinruiz77 New Member

    Hello all. I need some advice. I own a 2019 Toyota Tacoma sr5 and I want to get bigger and aggressive tires without any lift. I presently have 245/75R16. Any suggestions? 20200710_111550.jpeg
     
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  3. B.C.

    B.C. Well-Known Member

    Keeping the same rims, and just swapping tires?
     
  4. B.C.

    B.C. Well-Known Member

    And welcome to the forum!
     
  5. Scott Wyman

    Scott Wyman Well-Known Member

    You should be able to go with a taller tire, but maybe just a more aggressive tire will do. Maybe some Wild Peaks from DT.
     
  6. B-Man

    B-Man Well-Known Member

    Welcome!
     
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    latinruiz77

    latinruiz77 New Member

    Yes. I want to keep the same rims. Just swap bigger and aggressive tires. What size can I go up? And I dont want to lift . What size and brand. Thanks in advance
     
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    latinruiz77

    latinruiz77 New Member

    I want to keep the same rims. Just swap bigger and aggressive tires. What size can I go up? And I dont want to lift. Thanks in advance
     
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    latinruiz77

    latinruiz77 New Member

    Yes. Yes. I want to keep the same rims. Just swap bigger and aggressive tires. What size can I go up? And I dont want to lift . What size and brand? Thanks in advance
     
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  10. Tape

    Tape Well-Known Member

    265-75-16
     
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  11. Series6

    Series6 Well-Known Member

    If you go to taller tires, you'll need to recalibrate your speedo and odo. Taller tires have fewer revolutions per mile.
     
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  12. BigMau

    BigMau Well-Known Member

    I have a 2017 Tacoma SR5 like yours. Currently riding on a set of Laufeen X-Fit AT tires in 245 75R-16 (orig size). I really like these tires.. worked great on my 2009 Tacoma.
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  13. 265/75-16 Cooper AT3’s. IMG_0054.jpg
     
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  14. ScottRodd

    ScottRodd Member

    265/75/16 ,I did install 2" leveling spacers in front..$65 Rough Country alum..from 4WheelParts.com..about 30 min each side to install.very simple 20200704_091154.jpeg 20200720_085902.jpeg
     
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  15. ScottRodd

    ScottRodd Member

    I went with this size so I have enough sidewall to air down for the beach as its a 2WD and git the $65 portable 12v compresor ar Harbor Freight. Comes with a slick carry bag and 16' hose.they both come with the bag shown.I got the top one Screenshot_20200725-225104_Chrome.jpeg
     
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  16. ScottRodd

    ScottRodd Member

    PRO COMP A/T
     
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  17. HiddenX

    HiddenX Member

    No lift required.
    17” Wheels = 265/70 R17
    16” Wheels = 265/75 R16

    Best looking tires (IMO)
    Nitto Ridge Grapplers
    BFG K02

    If your not doing a lot of off-road, I would recommend trying to find a C load range tire in the sizes listed above.
    I have the 4 ply Nitto Ridge Grapplers on 17s and I love them.
     
    Last edited: Jul 27, 2020

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