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GEN 3 (2022+) Wheels and Tires Photo thread

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2022+)' started by Tsquare, Jan 16, 2022.

  1. Mar 14, 2022 at 10:02 AM
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    This question might be best in another thread...only so you could get more responses. I'll give it a shot since I happen to be viewing the thread when you posted.

    It might fit. All 22 tailgates have a backup camera. Rear cameras were optional back in 2015 so one of two things might happen:
    1. Either you have a factory backup camera, in which case the harnesses might be different since the new cameras have a higher resolution output. Not sure if a 2022 camera would be compatible with 2015 equipment.
    2. You don't have a factory backup camera or don't care about having it, then you'd probably have to delete the harness to keep it from interfering with the fitment.
    Fitment aside...the 2022 tailgate carries a body line at the top that ties into the top of the taillights. I don't think that would line up on a 2015 and might look pretty strange.

    My 2 cents. On a side note: I was on the fence at first about the updated tailgate lettering. At first, I thought it was too "in your face" but, like the chrome, it has really grown on me. Especially since I installed the OE black letter inserts.
     
  2. Mar 14, 2022 at 11:25 AM
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    Well, I got my wheels in. I ordered on Friday and they came in pretty quickly about an hour or so ago. Not sure what I’m gonna do about tires yet. Any ideas if the current Nitto grapplers 265/70/18 I have on now would look okay until I get a bigger size? Undecided if I’m going 285 or 295. I’m waiting on the TRD LIFT suspension so I may be a while before I lift it. DCF56820-37D4-4270-A546-0D6C99B10814.jpg
     
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  3. Mar 14, 2022 at 11:36 AM
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    The new Tundra TRD Pro looks amazing right out of the gate, even with the 33's. Your current tire size is the same diameter so I think it will look good. Might benefit from a front level for aesthetics, but those wheels will look great regardless.
    Also, I'm assuming you upgraded to Nittos in the same size.. because stock should of been P-rated Michelin LTX Trails... So if you truly are wrapping them in Nitto NG they'll look excellent.
     
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  4. Mar 14, 2022 at 11:53 AM
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    Yeah, I hated the original tires that came in. I complained to the dealer and told them they weren’t AT tires as the Off Road package suggested and they agreed to switch them out. Same size though.
     
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  5. Mar 14, 2022 at 11:58 AM
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    Thats awesome they were willing to switch them out to NG, i should of asked too lol.. too late, darn!
     
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  6. Mar 14, 2022 at 12:08 PM
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    Honestly, besides the blistein shocks and suspension they add to the off road package it ain’t worth it to me. I removed the skid plate for the TRD and I was shocked at the piece of plastic they added in there to say it included skid plates.
     
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  7. Mar 14, 2022 at 12:34 PM
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    Don't forget CRAWL Control, Hill Decent Control, and the various off-road driving modes. Outside of the TRD Pro, the TRD OR package is the only way to get those features. If you've ever had to use it, crawl control is worth it's weight in gold. haha. Side note: Does the regular 4WD also come with a factory locker or is that limited to the TRD OR & Pro models too? Genuinely asking.

    But, if you don't off road much...then I totally see the argument. I try to hit the trails at least once a month. In a perfect world, twice a month. That being said, if I didn't go off-road but once in a blue moon...then I might have opt'd to save the money and just get a regular 4WD.
     
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  8. Mar 14, 2022 at 1:07 PM
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    Regular 4WD won't come with a locker, you'll need the OR package for that. You also won't get Crawl Control/MTS either on the standard 4x4. You'll get the LSD, but a true dedicated rear locker will give you all the confidence off road :)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juOGGmPDT3g
     
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  9. Mar 14, 2022 at 2:03 PM
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    I agree only because I’m 2wd, so I didn’t really get anything for the extra money. That’s my fault, I shouldn’t have settled for the first available. As far as the skid plates, I said the exact same thing until someone shared this video below. it’s like 22 minutes in.

    https://youtu.be/m_8iAPCmi34
     
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    Nice. I’ll check it out
     
  11. Mar 14, 2022 at 4:53 PM
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    Interesting video, lots of good information. I'm looking forward to seeing people with some real world experience with it and how the "Ballistic Nylon" holds up. I wonder if it can really take a hit without denting/cracking.. I guess we'll find out as more people get their trucks and overland/offroad. I like the name of it so I'll keep it on mine for now. Now I need Etsy to make a "Ballistic Nylon" vinyl decal so i can stick it on my skid plate :D
     
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  12. Mar 14, 2022 at 5:09 PM
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    My concern with it is that there is a difference between the nylon skid plate deforming and bending back versus the frame bending. The goal of a skid plate is to take the blow and if the blow is too much you replace the skid plate without needing to fix the frame. I think for most people what they provided is fine and it will keep you from scratching your frame. I do a lot of off roading and if the nylon plate takes a hit it will transfer the energy directly to that spot on the frame vs dispersing the energy to multiple points. I don’t believe it will help, frame wise, for actual off roading with obstacles and such.
     
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  13. Mar 14, 2022 at 7:32 PM
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    Apparently the skid plate is made from ballistic nylon? Pick up truck SUV's YouTube Interview with Mike swears (sp?). Oh wait the video is already posted above.

    Not saying it's sufficient ... Just that it isn't plastic?
     
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  14. Mar 14, 2022 at 8:20 PM
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    Anyone know what MM size the 18 inch tundra center caps are?!
     
  15. Mar 15, 2022 at 9:19 AM
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    Running Boards, TRD skid, 25% front driver/pass windows, Fuel Vector 18" on 295/70R18 Cooper AT3 XLTs, Black-Out badges, TRD front grill
    I was inspired by other owners and posts and decided to purchase a set of Vector D579 rims for my "still incoming" Tundra. Question is about the lug nuts, I want black lugs to match my blacked out truck, but want to ensure I get the right size. I know the M14X1.5 size is correct but what should the length be? Would these fit?
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    $52 MIKKUPPA 24pcs M14X1.5 Black Lug Nuts - 1.80" (45mm) Height 7/8" Hex Replacement for Toyota Sequoia Landcruiser Tundra Lexus LX
    Amazon.com: MIKKUPPA 24pcs M14X1.5 Black Lug Nuts - 1.80" (45mm) Height 7/8" Hex Replacement for Toyota Sequoia Landcruiser Tundra Lexus LX : Automotive
     
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  18. Mar 15, 2022 at 1:16 PM
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    1.75 lever , 35x 12.5 x17 mitts ridgegrapper Rims motiv mill 17x9 offset black
    No rubbing ! Just pin liner back
     
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    The more I’m thinking about it, the more I want to do 275/65/20 on the stock limited wheels. I’m not planning to lift the truck, but if I did, I’d do a 2/2 at most, as I want the rake for towing our boat. Anyone running this size on a stock limited? Pics?

    Also, has anyone checked via gps to see what % the Speedo is off stock?
     
  20. Mar 15, 2022 at 10:20 PM
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    So I acted fast on some clearance tires... Cdn 163/tire ... Cooper discoverer at xlts 285/70/17. Anyone have any experience with these? Apparently only certain models have the 3 peak rating/symbol and so far I can't find any info confirming one way or another for this size. Anyone by chance have that info? These tires seems to rate well generally except when it comes to ice and slush which they would likely encounter during winter here in the south coast of BC.

    They are also 55lbs each which is about 14 lbs per tire more than the Nokian tire I was looking at in the same size. But the look of this one is much more aggressive than the Nokian which I like.

    Any first hand experience with these tires?

    Thanks!
     
  21. Mar 16, 2022 at 2:27 AM
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    Anyone looking at getting rid of their stock trd pro black rims? I have an SR5 with stock alloy 18” and I’d like to upgrade but with oem rims
    Thanks
     
  22. Mar 16, 2022 at 3:18 AM
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    Apparently an excellent tire. Do some research, lots out there on the AT3 XLT. Start here:
    Downsizing your rims to 17-inch won't leave you much room between the rim and brake caliper, though, the wheel weights might not clear it.
     
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    The Pro hasn’t been released yet. Only TRD Off-road’s for right now.
     
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    Hey thanks for the heads up! I spoke to the folks at wheelpros (local distributor) and they pulled up a database that had all the exact measurements from the vehicle and he said oh ya no issues you're good...i was asking about the BR stadiums was asking about the 17x8 stadium and 17x9 rapid at the time.

    But I'm going to call them back to make sure... Thanks!!!!


     
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    So they said the 17X9 Rapids would fit?
     
  26. Mar 16, 2022 at 6:03 AM
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    HM, let me get the sequence of the convo straight... I said I was interested in 2 wheels the 17x8 stadium first and he checked fitment. That's what he confirmed would fit.

    After he did that he I asked about the rapid in 17x9 12mm et. I didn't hear him check the numbers and give the same explicit good-to-to validation but carried on with no warnings about fitment... So ya... I need to call back to make sure.

    I will also say that I've called multiple dealers to see who if anyone has access to a supplier who have the 17x9 rapids in stock and none have returned saying they won't fit (which probably isn't worth much). I didn't think about weights though so this time I'll ask wheelpros about that explicitly!

    Will share results of call here... Stay tuned!
     
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    I had a similar convo about 17s I wanted and unfortunately I was told that they would not work.
     
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    Shoot. Okay thanks... And I was feeling good about them...
     
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    I was looking at icon rebounds
     
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