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34/35’s on trd offroad rims pics please

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2014+)' started by Fish2eat88, Nov 1, 2018.

  1. Nov 1, 2018 at 1:44 AM
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    Wondering if anyone has out 34’s or 35’s on the offroad rim? Most likely gonna do a 3” front 2” back to get some rake. I really like the stock look so I really wanna keep the stock rims. Any1 has run bigger tires with them? Thanks in advance.
     
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    TRD PRO wheel with 285/70/18 which is 34”/11.5”
     
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    285/75R18 which comes out to a 34.8" x 11.2" thereabouts.
     
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    Looks great, what lift and any wheel spacers?
     
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    Thanks. Its the 3/1 Toytec-Eibach Pro Truck with stock wheels and no spacers. I removed front mud flaps to clear, but it rubs on the front plastic when in reverse/full lock just a little bit, not enough to bother me. No issues with cab mount. I don't do heavy offroad, just old logging roads getting to cabins, but if you really flexed you would be rubbing somewhere. About a 1/4 clearance on stock UCA's.
     
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    Stock TRD Pro with +2 CB rear shackles, no wheel spacers, 295/70/18 Ridge Grapplers

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    Looks amazing
     
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    Sweet truck, what mods did you do to stop rubbing in the front. I also have the CB+2 shackles. I also have the 1” shim up front. I run the spridertrax 1.25” spacers.
     
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    Thanks!
     
  11. Nov 1, 2018 at 10:01 AM
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    No rubbing anywhere but I took the small flap in front of the tires off as a precaution.
     
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    Cool, thanks.
     
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    Man, that looks real nice! You got me rethinking the 275 70s I was gonna go for.
     
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  14. Nov 1, 2018 at 10:19 AM
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    Thanks! If I were to do it over, I'd go with the 285/70/18's as they are 10 lbs lighter per tire but still a load range E tire but these 295's sure look good.
     
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    15whtrd I tried being reasonable, but I didn't like it.

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    $322 a tire! Holy crap. It looks like Nitto is the only one to make that size?
     
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    I guess looking again that is only $11 more per tire compared to the 295s.
     
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    Yeah and they're proud of it as well! The Discount Tire I deal with was going to give them to me for the same price as the 295's but they were on back order and didn't know when they would arrive. They had the 295's in stock so I went with those. On the plus side, if I damage a tire, 295's are easier to find.
     
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    Looks awesome. So the +2 shackles gave you how much rAke? The pictures makes you look leveled
     
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    It’s about an 1-1.5” taller in the rear depending on fuel level. It looked like it was sagging all the time when it was stock. It levels out nice with a load now.
     
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    I have 35x12.5s on my TRD offroads. 3/1 lift with wheel spacers.94DABEE1-B86C-4681-B126-210AF041D0BC.jpgIMG_2926.jpg
     
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    Toyo makes their MT in this size as well, and you need to rob a bank to buy them. I looked at them years ago and they were almost $400 per tire!
     
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    Fuk that!
     
  24. Nov 8, 2018 at 5:57 PM
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    Great choice of tire and size! You’re going to love them! :thumbsup:
     
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    It’s recommended that 35”x 12.5” should be ran on a 9” wide rim at minimum. An 8” wide or less rim will cause the center of the tire to wear faster than the edge due to the rim narrower width causing the center of the tire to ballon in the center. Yes I speak from experience from running 285/70 on my Tacoma with factory TRD Baja rims (16”x 7.5 same deal, rim too narrow). Tires were screwed in a year and a half. Tire shop told me but didn’t listen. Just my .02
     
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    Looks like i need to just run the 33’s on the oem and get new rims for 35’s
     
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    SPC UCAs, this tire size will not clear if you have these UCAs.

    285/75/18 (35x11.00)

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    No chop, it clears lock to lock
     
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