What's the biggest tire I can fit?

theesotericone

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Can I fit 33’s if I already had 35’s already???
They'd fit but I don't know if it would be worth it. You'll have to take the tires off, replace them with the new tires and put them back on. You should also lower your lift height. If you have adjustable leaf springs that isn't a big deal but if you went with non-adjustable then you'd have to pull them as well to remove a few leafs. The front should also be lowered which would probably cause you to have to buy a shorter spring.

It will work but it'll be a lot of work to make it work. lol
 

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They'd fit but I don't know if it would be worth it. You'll have to take the tires off, replace them with the new tires and put them back on. You should also lower your lift height. If you have adjustable leaf springs that isn't a big deal but if you went with non-adjustable then you'd have to pull them as well to remove a few leafs. The front should also be lowered which would probably cause you to have to buy a shorter spring.

It will work but it'll be a lot of work to make it work. lol
Probably still worth it though for the massive reduction in rotrational mass.
 
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Nice!!

I have pics of mine too. Too lazy to get them. Can you turn?
I run 35s now and have chopped the firewall for them. This was just a quick test fit to see how they fit. Turns lock to lock without touching at ride height. Didn't have a chance to test with the suspension cycled.
 

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Triggered 1st gen guys still don’t believe I can fit 37s with 1” lift on my Tacoma.

They actually fit pretty good I test fitted one.
But how much did you really cut or where do you rub?

I’m all for cutting, but I haven’t taken to time to completely tub the whole inner wheel well up front. Once I do an engine cage and diff swap, I’ll probably jump to 37’s.
 

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But how much did you really cut or where do you rub?

I’m all for cutting, but I haven’t taken to time to completely tub the whole inner wheel well up front. Once I do an engine cage and diff swap, I’ll probably jump to 37’s.
Basically all the cab mount. Lots of firewall, inner fender needs to be taken out and possibly a inch of the fender will need to be removed for full clearance at the tire being fully tucked
 

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Basically all the cab mount. Lots of firewall, inner fender needs to be taken out and possibly a inch of the fender will need to be removed for full clearance at the tire being fully tucked
Got pics of your inner fender tub?

I’d love to make the jump to 37’s but the loss of power in the desert is my biggest worry. I might have to get two sets of tires if I ever do that.
or V8 swap...
 

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Got pics of your inner fender tub?

I’d love to make the jump to 37’s but the loss of power in the desert is my biggest worry. I might have to get two sets of tires if I ever do that.
or V8 swap...
Nope no pics. I flopped and totaled my shit. Now I have only my wife's taco with a 6" db lift. No rubbing with 35's but it's going sas as soon as I find funds.
 

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