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Old 11-12-2012, 10:37 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Well in my area our trucks come from the plant in Texas. They build them so far overseas then bring them to finish everything else on the truck to Texas is my understanding.
WHAT???? ALL Tundras are assembled in Texas from the frame up in one plant (in Texas). They are not partially assembled overseas. Most of the parts are from US factories. The engine comes from a Toyota plant in Alabama.
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Those are not bfg at ko's by the way, they are the rugged terrains
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Old 11-12-2012, 11:57 PM   #19 (permalink)
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If you've got a Texas Edition Tundra my guess is that you actually have BFG Rugged Terrains, not All Terrains. I certainly could be wrong but I haven't seen any Tundras with AT's from the dealer. In any case, the 285/55/20 is only slightly larger than 32in and there should be no problem whatsoever on these. Most can fit 275/60/20's (a 33in tire) with no lift. I second the recommendation to call BFG. I did when I stepped up to a 275/65/20 (34in) and wanted to know what pressures to run. Answered my question over the phone. FWIW, the 34's (E-rated) had a recommended pressure of 45psi front and rear so the 49psi does sound a little high to me.
I don't have a Texas Edition Tundra. It was just made there it is a TSS. And to people that keep saying they are Rugged terrains there not they are AT's But I will get some pics up here soon. Also to show all the clearance of everything within the tires.

To the guy earlier that said about being partly assembly the guy was confusing I dealt with later on he fixd that after talking with him he was meaning something different. But your riht they are all built in America.

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Here's the pics. Sorry I know the other 2 pics are dirty but it's hunting season sooo needless to say she's not pretty right now. But as you can see they are All Terrain's not Rugged.
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Mine came the same, but mine was a Texas Edition. Same wheel and tire.





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Right Tundra Style I think it's a Gulf States thing and not a factory thing. I'm in Arkansas. So our trucks go through the same distribution place. But all in all I guess I'll follow the 49 psi then. Hopefully the centers aren't destroyed fast. How long have your had yours? And have you followed the 49 PSI?
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The Oklahoma Edition Tundras come the same way. Mine have the exact same wheels and tires.
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is the offset on those wheels different than my factory platinums?
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I had mine less than a month and traded for the Trail Grapplers.

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is the offset on those wheels different than my factory platinums?
Interested in the same info but I have the limited wheels. I would imagine the limited and platinum wheels have the same offset though.
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I upgraded from a P-metric tire and now run BFG / TA KO LT tires on my 06 Tun DC. Start with the psi on the door if your tread is wearing on the outside tread then add air.
If the tread is wearing in the middle after adding air, then this means you added to much air, let some out, during this process you will want to measure and keep an eye on the tread.
Remember: Depending on the tire and size you may not need to change the psi recommended on the door. Secondly, some tires may wear evenly at different pressures. I now have my third set of tires on my Tun DC. First set I got about 45,000 miles, Second set I got right at 55,000 miles and now on my third set of TA KO's. I run my tires at 38 PSI. Now a hunting buddy of mine has the same set up except his is an 04 Tun DC and he runs 40 PSI with the same tires. Hope this helps.
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