All terrain tire price

Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by user458, Jul 23, 2013.

  1. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    265/75/16s fit on 6 lug non sport and 265/70/17s fit on sports.
     
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  3. byrd

    byrd Moderator Moderator

    You should be able to run a 265 that was optional on our trucks.
     
  4. eyecon

    eyecon Well-Known Member

    Yeah, like whippersnapper said, about the only thing you can change at this point is your width. you can go 245/255/265. Anything above 265 usually involves new UCAs and possibly a cab mount chop.
     
  5. byrd

    byrd Moderator Moderator

  6. eyecon

    eyecon Well-Known Member

    ^^^ great tool, esp when it lets you know how much your speedo will be off
     
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    user458

    user458 Registered Users

    Thanx, WHIP. I'll ask the guy about about that. They'll certainly look bigger than what's on there now
     
  8. eyecon

    eyecon Well-Known Member

    post up what you decide on then
     
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    user458

    user458 Registered Users

    After putting all y'all through this ag. Of course I'm gonna post pics
     
  10. OffroadTaco4x4

    OffroadTaco4x4 Well-Known Member

    Haha dude that's what we're here for! To help each other out!
     
  11. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    265 with stock suspension:

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    I still run them with my 2ish inch lift.
     
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    user458

    user458 Registered Users

    Hey Byrd, I just checked that link. The 265 75 16 is noticeably larger than mine. That's the one I'm going with. BFGoodrich A/T
     
  13. eyecon

    eyecon Well-Known Member

    keeping the stock wheels?
     
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    user458

    user458 Registered Users

    Your tire looks similar to the BFG
     
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    user458

    user458 Registered Users

    Since I bought my wife an IMAC Last week I deserve to buy some tires. I'm looking for a pat on the back
     
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    user458

    user458 Registered Users

    Hey guys I don't know diddly about trucks but if you want to know something about paint I'm your manl
     
  17. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    I'll probably get BFG ATs next tire. They worked great on my Ranger but I wanted to try something different. Awesome offroad but they suck on wet pavement.
     
  18. eyecon

    eyecon Well-Known Member

    GO for it, a nice set of treads is one of the best investments you can make.
     
  19. byrd

    byrd Moderator Moderator

    Glad it helped you out Mrallank! Whoever put that page together did an awesome job. I like the fact it can compare your current tire to the new tire in an overlap. You can see the difference in size from side view & straight on. There are other sites but for some reason my computer won't pull them up using Java. This one works great.
     
  20. Konaborne

    Konaborne Well-Known Member

    you should try MT's on wet roads. :laughing:
     
  21. TacoJoe11

    TacoJoe11 Well-Known Member

    Yeah 875 seems normal from a tire shop, but the bridgestone Revo's run I little pricey. I got a set of cooper AT3's installed for about $700. So far great wet traction, but haven't done any severe offroading yet.
     

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