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Can someone post pictures of their truck with a 3/1 kit running stock tires?

I'm considering the Toytec 3/1 since my local delearship is offering it now. Wondering how tiny stock tires would look.

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That's kinda what I was thinking...

The trouble is I have wheels/tires for summer and winter and I'd prefer to replace just the summer set with bigger tires to go with the lift. It's good to be low for winter and I have a good set of winters on the stock 20" wheels that I'd prefer to keep for the winter...
 

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Not too bad. You can put a floor jack on your front crossmember. Jack it up until the wheel well opening is 3 inches higher than what you have now. And thats about it. That's what it's going to look like.
 

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Why don't you just get some Duratracs and run them year round and sell off the winters?
Quite a few Albertan's seem to like them with your weather.
 

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My preference is for dedicated winter tires; they work best. No compromise.

Sounds like only a 33" tire will clear with the 3/1 Toytec coilover kit anyway. That's only a 1/2" of extra ground clearance. Might not be worth it...


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I live in Calgary as well and i run both winter w/stock and mud w/aftermarket. The truck does look a bit weired with the stocks, but oh well ill get good life out of my mud tires
Are those 33"s or 35"s?

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