33" tires with 6" lift?

Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by Cwarner272, Jul 13, 2013.

  1. Bowersjrd

    Bowersjrd Well-Known Member

    All I have is the 3" Ready lift leveling kit. 33's is all I can fit. ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1379404953.935820.jpg
     
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  3. Taco grande

    Taco grande Well-Known Member

    ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1379417563.344934.jpg 6in pro comp stage 2 with 35x12.5x18. Drives like stock.
     
  4. user458

    user458 Registered Users

    I read somewhere that it's not good to put anything over 18s on a Taco. But you guys are putting 20s on. Was this bull what I heard
     
  5. user458

    user458 Registered Users

    I have 16s on my truck right now. If I went up to 18s and put a bigger beefier tire on the rim, that would be noticeably higher,,, right??? My only issue is I have just a couple of grand to work with
     
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    Cwarner272

    Cwarner272 Well-Known Member

    Tire diameter can't get much bigger without lifting your truck. Rim size shouldn't have any affect
     
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    Cwarner272

    Cwarner272 Well-Known Member

    Aside from back spacing
     
  8. user458

    user458 Registered Users

    Thanx man. So I probably can't do anything with 2 grand, can I?
    My wheels now are 16s. With a basic Dunlop AT. I don't remember the dimensions but it's the smallest AT tire Toyota puts on a 2013 4x4
    Would you you recommend something
     
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    Cwarner272

    Cwarner272 Well-Known Member

    I got my rims and tires for about 1600. U should go to americas tire co. and see what they can do for u. If u plan in lifting it, u should wait so u can put the bigger tires
     
  10. user458

    user458 Registered Users

    Thanx Cwarner ill Check that out. I may just need to keep saving. I don't need it to look like a monster truck. Will 20 in he rims hurt the truck? If so I'll go with 18s. I can see this is gonna be expensive. I imagine I'll have to beef up the shocks
     
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    Cwarner272

    Cwarner272 Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure 20" would hurt your truck. Don't see why it would, other than they're maybe heavier. Sure you'd be fine though. I think it looks better with smaller rim/ bigger tire. Not into the big rims look personally
     
  12. user458

    user458 Registered Users

    Yeah, I kinda agree with that. It starts to change what you're going for in the first place
     
  13. user458

    user458 Registered Users

    Doesn't a lift kit start around a grand?
     
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    Cwarner272

    Cwarner272 Well-Known Member

    For 6" yeah. If you're installing yourself
     
  15. Taco grande

    Taco grande Well-Known Member

    Certain lifts require different rim size once you get up into the 6" check with the manufacture of lift pro comp requires min 18" rim to clear steering knuckle
     
  16. Bowersjrd

    Bowersjrd Well-Known Member

    6" Pro-Comp lift with 35" Nitto Dune Grapplers ImageUploadedByTaco Forum1386133221.522710.jpg
     

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