Tire & Wheel Specialists
Thank you for the post, MYT1. We appreciate your continued support of Discount TireDear Discount Tire,
First let me say I friggin' love Discount Tire. I would never consider buying a tire you didn't carry. The service and the number of locations nation-wide is hard to beat.
Okay. I have a 2010 Tundra with stock 18" wheels, and an OME suspension lift.
I would like to run 285/75R/18 tires. Will they fit and what, if any modifications will I need...I'm hoping none.
Currently, I'm looking at the Toyo AT2's, but I might hold out for the new Faulken's I'm seeing advertised.
285/75R-18 tires mounted on the factory wheels will require some easy modifications. You'll likely need to trim or bend the factory skid plate and remove the front mud flaps. You also may need to push the front fender liner forward.
Thank you for the post, Neil Christiansen.Discount Tire,
I'm not interested in having the tire/wheels stick out too much, flush with the fender (or close to it) is the look I'm going for. How would the following set up look?
Fuel Auza 18x9, +20mm offset
For tire size, either 275/70/18 or 295/70/18 or 305/65/18 (with minimal mods)
Second question - the truck is my daily driver (in the winter, several trips to the mountains to ski), tire considerations;
Nitto Terra Grapplers or G2's,
Toyo Open Country R/T
Duratracs or other suggestions
Could I get the following from Discount Tire once I narrow down my options?
Thanks in advance!
Your local Discount Tire can certainly help you with any of the products noted above. Just bear in mind, we do not carry Toyo or Fuel wheels so these brands will have to be ordered in.
As for the fitment, the 18x9 +20 Anza will sit 2" further out towards the fender when compared to where the factory wheels sit now, which according to out specs places the front edge of the wheel about 1/2" past the fender (not including the tires). With 275/70R-18 tires installed you should only have remove the mud flaps. The 295/70R-18 and 305/65R-18 tires will require you to remove the mud flaps and push the front fender liner forward; no modifications to the body should be needed. If you go 295/70R-18, a leveling kit is recommended.