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Old 05-20-2012, 11:15 AM   #61 (permalink)
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Yep,I thought the tires looked kinda weak for a 4WD.
Stock or bigger would look better for a 4WD and bigger rims and lower profile tires for 2WD.

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Old 05-21-2012, 12:43 AM   #62 (permalink)
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First off... Nice truck! Well the rims and tires are sitting in my shed till I decide to pick up new bigger tires. From all the replies 305/45/22 would work the best but for know there in my shed.
Thanks Bro!

I'll post pictures with 305 45 22 tires on them.
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Old 06-22-2012, 01:24 PM   #63 (permalink)
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Strarting to think it's not worth it....don't want to drop a grand on tires for them to still don't look right.
Be happy! I installed 305/45/22's and they look awesome...





I sold my yoko for $500.00 and bought the tires from eBay, you can do the same and get a deal like this...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/4-NEW-305-45...ba266f&vxp=mtr



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Old 06-22-2012, 02:49 PM   #64 (permalink)
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WOW!!!... Looks great paz!!! that's a great visual on what they look like with the right tires on them.your truck looks awesome with those rims,Thanks bro.
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Yep,thats tight sh!t!
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Are those TRD rims still available I was told they stoped producing them.
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so going with the 315/45/22 would be the best fit and fill the gap like the factory's did?
Wouldn't the 315 Rum? or stick out? Also would you loose your turning radius?
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Are those TRD rims still available I was told they stoped producing them.
They are still available with a different part number.

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Wouldn't the 315 Rum? or stick out? Also would you loose your turning radius?
285 is perfect, 305 is the max.
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when you posted the pics of your tundra with the 22's was that before you lowered or after? Also, did you have any problems with the 305/45 22
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they're great if you're just tootin in the city, so so in the snow with 4x4...
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when you posted the pics of your tundra with the 22's was that before you lowered or after? Also, did you have any problems with the 305/45 22
That was before the lowering kit and no problems.

At stock height you could do 305 or 285 / 55 / 22's

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I bought 285/50/22 and lift the front to level the truck.
Look bad ass!
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