Discussion in '2016 + Toyota Tacoma' started by sjoh527, Jan 7, 2019.
All stock except for the wheels. No rubbing unless im at full lock and hit a hump
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Thanks, love the look.. if I may inquire a little more ....are you using spacers and is the offset different from stock rims?.
I got wildpeaks, less than $400.00! Ebay sale.
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Alright then. Pulled the trigger on a set of Duratracs, 265/75R16. Pics once they are mounted.
Can’t wait to get off and go play in some snow.
FYI- 265/75R16(C) Balanced with airsoft bbs.
With airsoft bbs? Tires look great
Yeah I tried the customary stick on and hammer on weights, but they wouldn’t behave. May be a balancer issue, but IDK. I’ve used the bbs in larger tires and they perform great. About 5 oz in each tire. A little www research indicated that the Duratracs can be contrary when balancing.
I haven’t heard that trick. I will have to keep that trick under my hat
If you google it you can find pages with the right formula per size and weight of the tire.
Great idea. Wouldn’t have to worry about loosing a wheel weight
No spacers, the wheels have a -8mm offset. The stock i believe is set a 0 offset
The stock wheels are like a +30
Most of the second gen wheels are +30 the 3rd gen Sr, SR5 and sport wheels are +30 the off-road are +25 and the pro are +13
When I found a set of Sport wheels I was on the fence with which tires to get. Truck came with 245 /75 -16.
Seeing how all my off road driving is on the beach, I didn't want too aggressive of a tread. You spin a knobby tire on the beach and you'll dig a hole fast.
Kinda wanted to go taller, but it would have been just for looks, plus I didn't wanna mess up my gas mileage too much.
Seemed the perfect tire for me was the Toyo Open Country AT's. I went with 265 /65/- 17. Almost the exact same height as my factory tires, and maybe an inch wider.
Just got mine installed on my 2017 OffRoad
I have these now and love them
I ran wild peaks in trd trail team wheels for a year and loved them
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