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I found these pics on tundrasolutions.com. I'm pretty sure this is a different truck than what is posted in the gallery. This one has plates and it's wearing Mud-terrains instead of all-terrains. Enjoy.







SAWEEEET!!!!
 

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Hey- that looks like mine!!





And the Chevy guy is here...because secretly he wants a Tundra:)
 

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Impelled thats a beautiful truck you got , but the shirt has to go , let me send you a florida or LSU shirt where they play real football.
 

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Well up to "the game" they had a hellava season going. Yeah, I didn't want to play Fla or LSU...I wish it would've been USC or Ark. No matter...I didn't lose anything, and I'll always be a Buckeye, whether their 1-11 or 11-1.

I came a gnat's ass away from getting the red one too! The one on the showroom was red, SR5 4WD and TRD....but it was a 4.7 so I waited on the white one. If they made em in puke green....their still one good truck!
 

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Can anyone tell me what type of step rails those are? I'm trying to find them, but in black
 

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Impelled, just kidding you O state always has a comp. team they are my fav. team up north, we love our LSU TIGERS also. Now on to tundras, how long have you had yours,i am suppose to get a crewmax when they are released.
 

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The step bars are the Toyota chrome bars thats in the accessory section...and they come in black also. There is a third optional bar in stainless steel and plastic...it was too big and gaudy for me. There are probably 100 different after market ones. The Max's are trickling out...big bucks though!
 

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The step bars are the Toyota chrome bars thats in the accessory section...and they come in black also. There is a third optional bar in stainless steel and plastic...it was too big and gaudy for me. There are probably 100 different after market ones. The Max's are trickling out...big bucks though!
they tried to get us to get those gaudy ones also and the ones that came with the truck reminded me of an old persons truck so i told the dealer if he wanted to sell me this truck he was going to swap those for the chrome ones
 

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those tires ride ruff?
 

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those tires ride ruff?
YA a little rough but not too bad. They wear really good for a MT. I have them on my '68 CJ
 

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I have run BFG MTs on a few trucks/jeeps, and they ride pretty good for a MT. They wear better then any other MT I have seen.

Ya, I dont buy those being 35s. But I have not measured the stock tires. My fast math comes to somthing close to 32 and close to 11 wide they dont look that much bigger. But, I would think a 33X12.5 would fit. But I just did some homework and they do make a 35X12.5 with an 18 rim. They dont make a 33. The bad news is that I dont see that they make a AT in a 275/65-18 or a 33X12.5

Ok, so they are probably 35s. I guess that is only 1.5ish taller and 1.7ish wider.

Hmm maybe I need some of these.
 

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I'm looking to upgrade the factory BFGs to BFG AT KOs, because I'm ripping out chunks while LIGHT off-roading. The closest size is LT285-65-18 125/122R (factory P275-65-18 114T). The AT KOs have a heavier load rating. I'm concerned about all of the fancy traction control stuff. Will this make a large difference? Will it void my warranty (bigger tires weigh more, so we're not responsible for any suspension issues, battled that one with Chevy). The calculated tire heights are 32.07" (factory) vs 32.59". Really no differnce in calculated height. The factory tires are 43lbs and the KOs are 60lbs each.
 

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I don't believe those are 35s, nice truck though. And THE OSU rules. How big a tire can you run without a lift?
They are 35's. This truck has been discussed many many times on the other forum.

35's will rub with out off-set rims. 305/65 is about the biggest you can run with no rub, but it will require a small trim to the skid plate.
 
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