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Best Tires for Stock TRD Pro 2016

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Stryker770, Sep 17, 2017.

  1. Feb 2, 2018 at 12:42 PM
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    Thanks! That was at White Sands National Monument a few weeks ago.
     
  2. Feb 3, 2018 at 2:23 PM
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    Sorry. Missed this post. Those pictures are stock pro suspension with 1.25” spacers.
     
  3. Feb 3, 2018 at 4:44 PM
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    No cutting or trimming; these wheel wells are pretty large. I have coilovers in the front set at about two inches of lift and stock leaf springs in the rear.
     
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    Yeah the DuraTrac looks great
     
  5. Mar 7, 2018 at 10:54 AM
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    I’m surprised more people don’t like 285/75/18....
     
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    I like that size. I may do that next after these new RG's wear out. I just wasn't sure that a 285/75/18 would fit in the stock spare tire location with the CB shackles. I don't think it would because my 295/70/18 spare barely fits. I may swap out the CB shackles for Toytecs down the road and see if a 285/75 would actually fit.
     
  7. Mar 8, 2018 at 5:48 AM
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    Good point, are the cv shackles more bulky?
     
  8. Mar 8, 2018 at 7:20 AM
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    Definitely. Here’s the stock shackle and the CB shackle. The Toytec shackle is somewhere between these two.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Holy ass... lol no wonder they are $300!
     
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  10. Mar 8, 2018 at 10:02 AM
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    I do not have a Pro but my front is exactly 2" higher than stock (5100's on middle setting with 1 coachbuilder shim on each side) and I am about to pick up new wheels with a +25 offset. Will the Duratrac 295/65 18's fit with only removing the front mud flap or would more trimming be required? @Cutter29 was running stock wheels (+60 offset) with 1.25" spacers making the effective offset +28.25. (The guy at my tire store is trying to talk me into a zero offset wheel and everything that I have read hear indicates that this could cause issue.)
     
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    I ran the 295/65 18 on stock +60 wheels with zero issues. When I added the spidertrax I had to remove the front flap. I switched to new wheels with +25 and upsized to 295/70 18. With the new wheels and tires I had to heat gun the front liner just a little in two places.
    With +25 wheels you’ll pull the front flap and maybe have to do a little liner work. Each truck sits just a little different. A heat gun will fix it in 5 min or you can do the liner relocate that many on here do.

    With zero offset I believe you’re going to be doing a lot more work and have more issues possibly even cab mount contact but I’ll let the more knowlegable guys handle that offset question.
     
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    Thanks, @Cutter29. It sounds like 295/65 should work. I don't mind removing mud flaps and/or working with the front liner but I do not want to do the CMC. (I also think that I need to find a new tire guy - he is insisting that the only way to fit bigger tires on the Tundra is with a lower offset wheel (+0 or +1).
     
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    Your tire guys needs to smoke less crack. Bet him a hefty discount that 295/65 18 will fit with stock or +25 offset? Maybe @csuviper can chime in. He has the wheels and tire combo situation dialed.
     
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    Lower offset would only allow smaller tires to fit without rubbing. I'm running 295/70/18's on the stock wheels, no spacers and have zero rubbing, even with the mud flaps. I did remove the front small flap just as a precaution and I think it looked out of place anyway.
     
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  15. Mar 13, 2018 at 3:44 PM
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    Hi @Cutter29, I was reading through your build log and had a question about the your fitment of the 295/65's - were you running these tires on the stock wheels with the spidertrax spacers before your added the 2 cb shims? (Pro + 2 shims would put the front lift at about 3" - I am at 2"). I have a set of SCS SR8s in my garage and am about to pull the trigger on either the Duratrac 295/65 or Toyo R/T 33/12.5. Thanks!
     
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  16. Mar 14, 2018 at 6:58 AM
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    Correct. Ran 295/65 stock from day one. Added spidertrax a few thousand miles in and shims around the 28k mark.
     
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