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Can I see your 275/70r18 please.

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by Rngr188, Sep 16, 2017.

  1. Sep 16, 2017 at 1:49 PM
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    Rngr188

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    I don't have a lift yet but think I will do some 6112 on the 1.9" setting eventually and leave the rear alone (maybe do 5100 or 5160 back there but no lift). I want to go ahead and get some Ridge Grapplers mounted to my stock TRD OR wheels in 275/70R18 before I do my front lift. Anybody have pictures of that tire size on stock rims, lift or no lift just pics of that tire size. Will I have rubbing at stock height and when I do pick the front up will the tire size still look good or too small? Thanks.
     
  2. Sep 16, 2017 at 1:51 PM
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    No rubbing on stock height and still looks good with a little front lift like you are describing. Check my build thread for pics of that tire size, links in sig.
     
  3. Sep 16, 2017 at 3:29 PM
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    IMG_20161228_211520_457.jpg IMG_2186.jpg I've done some mods since these pics were taken but this is with a 2.5in sus lift in the font and 1.5 block in the rear. All other components were stock. These were 275/70r18
     
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  4. Sep 16, 2017 at 3:30 PM
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    AnonVet That's what she said!

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    I've had the luxury of being good buds with a tire guy and he threw on 295's which were the biggest at full crank with my 2.5in and no other mods. Hope this helps.
     
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  5. Sep 16, 2017 at 3:32 PM
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    AnonVet That's what she said!

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    Before you ask, it may seem higher because of the front clearance but that bumper was modded for that. But they fit nicely
     
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  6. Sep 16, 2017 at 3:41 PM
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    Will the 275/70 be fine if i put them on before I lift the front?
     
  7. Sep 16, 2017 at 3:57 PM
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    AnonVet That's what she said!

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    I don't want to say yes and be wrong but I'm about 99 percent sure. They're just a 33 variant
     
  8. Sep 16, 2017 at 4:03 PM
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    Screenshot_20170916-160221.jpg Screenshot_20170916-160105.jpg you'll be just fine.
     
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    You'll be fine. That's what I'm running with stock suspension. Initially I didn't think I had any rubbing but after a few weeks I noticed I slightly rubbed my front skid plate. I rolled the sides in about a 1/2" and that took care of it.

     
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  10. Sep 17, 2017 at 3:37 AM
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    No rubbing for me!
     
  11. Sep 17, 2017 at 2:25 PM
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    Factory ride height?
     
  12. Sep 17, 2017 at 3:40 PM
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    Here are 275/70r18's on mine. Stock suspension, no lift. No rubbing, you should be fine. Should still look fine with a small lift like you mention down the road. Plus, you won't have quite the performance hit on acceleration and gas mileage a bigger tire would have.

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    Yes
     
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    275/70r18 bfg ko2
    I had them on stock height with 0 issues.
    Currently have 6112s on 3rd setting and 1.5 inch lift shackles on the back.
     
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    You'll be just fine. I have a 3/1 and 275's. They look way too small but would look perfect with stock suspension to a 2.5 lift!
     
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    Any performance/acceleration decline and mpg decline with 275/70r18 bfg ko2 on stock wheels and height?
     
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    Very slight. But noticeable. Lotta extra rubber. But worth it.
     
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    Not the best pic but you get the idea

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    This may be a dumb question but I don't know anything so dumbness is relative: is it necessary to recalibrate the speedometer and or adjust shift points with a move to even a slightly larger than stock tire such as 275/70/18? It seems to me even a modest size increase will throw off your odometer after awhile since the circumference of the tire is larger than stock.

    Also, any long-term transmission issues to worry about with jumping up in size from stock? The Toyota engineers put 275/65/18 stock on for a reason - I trust them and assume they did that for a reason.
     
  21. Sep 30, 2017 at 8:44 AM
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    I'm sure they did do that for a reason prob more so for mpg. If your not comfortable with it don't change them. I have 275s now and I don't have any issues it is a slight bit thirsty but it's not bad at all.
     
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    275 70 r18 on my pro. I love ‘em!D81AE220-9938-4E39-9BAF-6A19020E2AE8.jpgC86D0EFB-5A38-45F0-A2F3-D7B7B04B0EC5.jpg69AE0479-E7FE-42C5-B9D4-C877968E16CF.jpg
     
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    I run 275/70-18 KO2s,and I don’t think the 4% makes too much difference as far as the speedometer goes, 60 on the dial is 60-61 on the gps, with the tread on KO2s I would imagine they are like new OEM tires when they are about 1/2 worn, My truck came with 255/70-18, but didn’t stay on long enough to wear the molding marks off,so can’t say for sure the speedo was perfect from factory.
    On my other truck, I did see a noticeable mileage hit, compared to street tires of the same size, but that’s what the 38 gal tank is for. They do improve handling a bit compared to the stock (Bridgestone Duelers),
     
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    More pics of that tire size with minimal lift in my build thread
     
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    That's almost the exact setup I'm looking at right now. Did you pull the front mud flap? If so, did you have to because of rubbing? Do you happen to have a shot from the front or rear to see how much they stick out of the wheels wells if at all?

    Thanks
     
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    Front mud flap is still there....I’ll get a side shot in a bit when I go to work...think they stick out a bit but not bad...
     
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    That's perfect. Exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks for the pics :thumbsup:

    How are you liking the Ridge Grapplers so far? How are they in the snow and rain? Notice much difference in ride quality or gas mileage?

    BTW - I love that color. I'm pretty happen with the MGM on mine but given the choice, I would have gotten Cement too! :cheers:
     
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    The ridge grapplers are great so far....quiet....no howl on the highway....tracks and drives straight.....wet tractions and snow seems good so far. I only noticed a very small drop in mpg going from the factory tire to these...although I did only go from a 275/65 to a 275/70....so not as big a jump as most others that have plus sized wheels.
     
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