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Old 02-15-2012, 01:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What tires with a toytec 3/1 lift

I just installed a Toyec 3/1 lift kit this week on my 07 Crewmax and i am wondering what size tire to put on my Stock TRD 18's. I do little to no off-roading but i want huge tires to give it that lifted RAW look. I am thinking of putting 31 - 35's or 305 / 315's not really sure on the difference. I currently have 275/65-18s and with my truck lifted it just swallows that tire.

Basically What is the largest i can go with the TRD 18's???

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Pics of it lifted?
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305-60-18 or 33-12.5-18
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305-60-18 or 33-12.5-18
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I have seen some post about 35's ? do's or dont's? Is it possible without modification?

also on the 33-12.5-18 will those stick out further than my current 275/65/18's
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The largest on a stock wheel with a 3/1 would be 295/70/18 (34.41 x 11.77). 33x12.50x18s are too wide for the stock 8" wheel. The 305/60/18 mentioned earlier is only a 32.5" tall tire and barely taller than your 275/65/18 stock tires which are 32.3" tall. Besides that 305/60 is too wide for the stock wheel. Your best bet would be the Nitto Terra Grappler in the 295/70/18 size mentioned.
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The 295/70-18 size looks the best IMO.
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Okay. I had my local tire dealer offer me some falken wilds 325/65/18 and said they will fit with my 3/1 leveling kit. Thoughts and will there be fixable rubbing issues? Will offsets help!?!. 295/70/18 just aren't big enough in my mind..

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295/70 will be plenty big enough, there's a lot of people running this size. A 325/65 is a 35x13.50 which is a little too wide for your stock wheels.
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Okay. I had my local tire dealer offer me some falken wilds 325/65/18 and said they will fit with my 3/1 leveling kit. Thoughts and will there be fixable rubbing issues? Will offsets help!?!. 295/70/18 just aren't big enough in my mind..

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295/70R18's are big. Trust us on this one. With your 3/1 if you don't want to hack your truck all up the 295/70R18 is perfect. They fill the wheel wells and will only require some minor modifications in the front to get them to clear.
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325s will be too big and would require trimming for sure. if 295s are too small for you, check out the options for 305s. the next set im looking to get are the 305/70/17 terra grapplers which run at exactly 34" tall. that should clear no prob.
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I would go with the 295/70 r18s Discount tire is talking about, that's a 34'' tire and will be plenty big enough to fill your wheel wells.
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I run the Toytec 3/1 lift and the local Discount Tire put 295/70/18 Nitto Trail Grapplers on my Tundra a couple years ago. The tires rubbed so I initially put 1.25" wheel spacers to help with it; eventually just replacing my factory steel wheels with M/T Classic IIs (18x9) and now they only rub slightly at full lock. I couldn't imagine running anything larger, in fact my next set will probably be 275/70/18s because I don't really need a 34" tire.
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Here is a real recent shot of my tundra with the 295 / 70 / 18 Nitto Terra and the 3/1 toytec leveling kit

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