Tires size

Discussion in '2016 + Toyota Tacoma' started by Jac23, Nov 4, 2018.

  1. Jac23

    Jac23 Member

    2017 Tacoma trd pro, I have 16”wheels, will probably upgrade to 17” need to know how big can I go on either rim with out any offset or lift, wanna stick with the fox suspension. Thanks.. will like to see anybody’s pictures with tires for a better decision on looks and rim size.
     
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  3. OP
    Jac23

    Jac23 Member

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    This is the truck and I will like to keep the trd rims.
     
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  4. rwhunt

    rwhunt Member

    My 2018 came out with245 16s. They upgraded them to 265 65 17s.
     
  5. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    265/70/17s is as big as you can go since 2005.
     
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  6. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    The 17 Pro is 1” taller stock and the wheels have a +13 offset vs +30 on the 17’s you can run 275/75/16 or 275/70/17 no problems. If you can find 275/75/17’s they would work, but could rub some. If you’re going to go 17’s aftermarket I’d get 0 or -6 offset.
     
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  7. jason.luster.50

    jason.luster.50 Well-Known Member

    255/85/16 is tallest you can run its a true 33 Cory's%203rd%20gen%20tire%20size%20FAQ.jpeg
     
  8. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    I missed the pro part.
     
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  9. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    I’ve seen someone put 285/70/17 on stock and claim not much rubbing. o_O I’m guessing that’s going straight and not hitting any bumps? I’ve seen people put the same on the pro and have less rubbing. I wouldn’t go bigger than 275/75/16 or 275/70/17 without lifting it more.
    Pizza cutters haha
     
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    Jac23

    Jac23 Member

     
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  11. sjoh527

    sjoh527 Active Member

    So if I were to let's say trade in my stock tires when my truck gets in from the factory what would people recommend? I'll have a 19 off-road and would prefer stick to AT or a hybrid/RT tire. Going to be running 265/75R16 size. Plan on majority of road travel but plan on getting off the pavement 30 to 45 % of the time .
     
  12. Crawdad

    Crawdad Well-Known Member

    These were two of my faves...
    Ended up with knock offs of the A/T that I wouldn't recommend but are fine for me... lol 20181113_191808.jpeg 20181113_191959.jpeg
     
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  13. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    BFG KO2’s for AT
     
  14. 2018TuRD

    2018TuRD Well-Known Member

    Falken wild peak at3w
     
  15. 2018TuRD

    2018TuRD Well-Known Member

  16. sjoh527

    sjoh527 Active Member

    You got a picture I can see?
     
  17. sjoh527

    sjoh527 Active Member

    Nice you have a lift? Also what climate do you live in? Meaning how do the do in snow?
     
  18. sjoh527

    sjoh527 Active Member

    Okay second question. Where has anyone had success in selling tires? I've never done it.
     
  19. sjoh527

    sjoh527 Active Member

  20. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    I do but they are 285/75/16 with a 3” lift
    EFD418DD-C43C-4562-9343-7AC28B69439E.jpeg They also do good in snow 5759DEAB-7616-4000-B1BF-BFA470615583.jpeg
     
  21. sjoh527

    sjoh527 Active Member

    Damn. Yeah I won't be lifting right away. So I'll have to run 265/75s
     
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