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33" tires on stock tundra, with leveling kit.

Discussion in '1st Gen Tundras (2000-2006)' started by Ray122, Jun 17, 2020.

  1. Jun 17, 2020 at 6:30 PM
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    Hey everybody, this is my first post. I just bought a 2005 toyota tundra 2wd with leveling kit. The tires need replacement and they look small for the truck anyway so I wanted to upgrade, I also drive alot of washboard and dirt roads, nothing crazy but I feel the larger tire will give a better ride.

    I'm running 265/65r17's right now which are about 30" and I want to come up to 32"-33". I've done quit a bit of research on the forum before posting and I found 275/70r17 to be probably the best but they're not a common size and as a result very expensive. Ive seen 285/70r17 for much cheaper even thought its a larger tire, is anyone running these? Any issues with rubbing, excess suspension wear, etc?

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    Grab a set of pull offs from a 3rd gen. Mike are 275/70/18

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    285/70/17 is a great choice for your set up. With those wheels you will need 1.25 or 1.5 hub centric wheel spacers. Lots of different choices of tires in that size and will make your truck look great. Taking off your mud flaps and some trimming may be necessary. I would consider something like these:

    https://simpletire.com/mastercraft-p285-70r17-90000037403-tires
     
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    Yea i figured I'd ditch the the mud flaps and do some trimming in the wheel wells. Im a little hesitant to put on spacers though because ive heard it causes alot of excess strain on the axle and suspension. Im not gonna be rock crawling or anything crazy(only 2wd sadly), but i want it to be a solid truck thats dependable off road. I noticed you have a 02 and 06, what are you running on your trucks?
     
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    Yeah, just drill an extra lug bolt hole in ‘em and you should be good to go.

    Where’s @bmf4069 when you need him?
     
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    Sorry forgot the 1st gen were 6 lug
     
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    @Ray122 it's a pretty classic formula for these trucks. Looks like you have a spacer kit installed already. 285/70/17 will be okay with minimal rubbing on the body, but not knowing the backspacing of those wheels it's hard to say if you will clear the upper arm.
     
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    I have spring spacers up front to level out the truck, but as far as I know no hub centric wheel spacer like revtune was talking about
     
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    Right, I was referring to the spacers on top of your shocks. The hub centric wheel spacers might be needed to clear the upper arm with a 285 tire, it's kind of a crap shoot. A wheel with 4.5" of backspace or less will allow a 285 tire no problem.
     
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    Yes I do have spacers on top of my shocks, have contemplated replacing the setup with longer coil overs. And I'm not sure what the backspacing on the wheel is
     
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    update, found a set of 275/70r17 radial advanturo at3 for $620, $700 including install. Seems like a good on road/off road tire. Especially with the price. I think I'm gonna pull the trigger and buy them. I plan on probably removing stock mud flaps. I'll post after picks and detail the fit and quality of the tires.

    Also heres a updated picture including the new tool box. 20200618_170036.jpg 20200530_160721.jpg 20200530_160753.jpg
     
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    I’m running 285/70/17 at3w (2002) these tire are just ok. I like the look, but I wouldn’t get them again. They are p rated. Running nitto terra g2 285/70/17 on the 06. I like these tires and they are really “only” around a 32 inch tire because they aren’t E load. The nittos ride nice. If you’ve decided on the 275’s that’s great.
     
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    I was looking at the g2's also but they only had them for 18" wheels and I want to keep the wheels it has. And thats interesting, the atw3 im looking at are Lt rated. And the 275's are just Slightly narrower then the 285's. Did you have to trim at all to fit the tires?
     
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    minor trimming on the 06. Front height, I’m at 22.5 from center of hub to bottom of fender flare and took the mud flaps off too. Can you get a measurement of the front of your truck? Also, I just took this screenshot from Walmart.com.

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    Here’s another 285 you might want to consider. Great price too.

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    I don’t know anything about the GT radial tires you mention, they may be good. Me personally, I would just do the 285’s and adjust as needed. Those are Tacoma sport wheels you’re running. I would keep those too. Run some 1.5 wheel spacers if your too close to the UCA. You most likely will be. I run 1.5 wheel spacers on my 2006 with 4 runner wheels.

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    I hated my Yoko Geolanders in the snow, AWFUL. Rear ended one person, spun out in the middle of the road. Dont run if you are going to see that type of climate.
     
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    Cheap tires they are not.

    Michelin Defenders LTX. Been on these for 15 years. Long life. Great in rain, snow, and sand. Quiet.

    They look nice, too.
     
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    Here’s another 285 I would consider. Sumitomo makes falken tires and the tread pattern on these Looks to be more street friendly then the at3w. That’s my biggest gripe with the at3w is the tread pattern is bordering on mud tread. You feel the added resistance and that’s just with the non E load tire.
     
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    Probably the best as far as tires go. I was suggesting some middle of the road (price) choices based on the OP saying he’s looking at the GT radials. Me personally, I probably wouldn’t go with anything less then federal tires. They make a new one called “xplora” that looks interesting. Rule of thumb, stay away from a 285 tire that’s less then $150 per tire:oops:
     
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    The original tires on the 2002 lasted 19k miles before becoming dangerous. I bought 2 sets of mud/off road tires in two proceeding years which both sets sucked (Dunlop and BFG). They were super loud and wore out in a weird way. In general, they were poop.

    These Michelins never wear out. I change them at the 5 year mark due to the 5 year rule. Highly recco!
     
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    Which Geolander model did you have? They make several kinds, some models suck and some don't. The G015 above is an excellent all-terrain tire if you get any snow. Kinda like "Goodyear Wranglers" - that is not enough information. There are probably 10 specific models and tread patterns with the generic Wrangler "family" name. So when some says "Goodyear Wranglers suck" that is not enough information either...
     
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    I went to the tire shop and it turns out that there's no gt radial tires not only in any where house in the Sacramento area but none in the US. I guess because they're Chinese tires and something with the coronavirus they haven't had a shipment in a while. But I got a good deal on some general grabber at tires, I like the look and tread pattern a little more. Im gonna have them installed either Wednesday or Saturday. Will post pictures

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    I like the look of your truck, i went with the 275’s because I want to avoid the use of wheel spacers. They're almost identical to what your running just a little narrower. And thanks i was wondering what wheels they were. Didn't think they were stock, any clue what year tacoma they come from?
     
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    Pretty sure they’re from the 2016-2020 TRD sport model. They should look really good with those general tires.
     
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    Great choice, those tires look awesome.
     
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    Yea I'm actually really glad they were out of the radial, I had my eye on the general grabbers and it justified me spending the extra money on them to my wife haha. I'm gonna take my mud flaps off tomorrow, any other plastic crap or trimming anyone think i should do?
     
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    Update, 275/70r17s did not fit! Just got back from the tire shop and the 275s wouldn't even mount, hitting the upper control arm in a major way. Also tried downsizing to 265/75/17 and was still rubbing. So after wasting almost 2hrs at the shop and no doubt pissing off every employee there i left with my old tires and have come to the conclusion that the wheels i have have alot less backset then the stock wheel because even the 265/65's were 1/4" from rubbing. So even though I didn't want to have to use spacers its gonna have to be a necessity to keep these wheels. Im split between 1 1/2" and 2" spacers. My wheels are way tucked in under the truck so I think i can get away with 2" and not look stupid with my wheels sticking way out there. Any thoughts?20200624_132109.jpg 20200624_132013.jpg 20200624_132036.jpg
     

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